Driveclub’s virtual reality debut finally has an ESRB rating, suggesting the project is still in development and ready for full release.
The ESRB typically evaluates a game’s content, including any violence, sexual content, language, controlled substances, gambling and more. Driveclub VR received a rated of “E” for Everyone, meaning the content is suitable for anyone above the age of six.
Driveclub VR is a virtual reality racing game in development for the PS4. It features a full 360 degree view from inside the driver’s seat, placing players in a frantic race taking place in any of several real-world environments.
Driveclub VR started as a demo to demonstrate the capabilities of the PlayStation VR, but now that it has an ESRB rating, there’s a chance it could be a launch window title for PlayStation’s virtual reality headset.