Tired of previews and screenshots? Well it’s time to stop drooling and kick it up. You can now experience the joy of roaming in the streets of San Francisco yourself, so stop reading and watching regarding Driver’s online multiplayer mode and grab the wheels as Driver: San Francisco Multiplayer demo is now available on both Xbox Live and PSN offering a venturous ride. The demo has truly revealed the anticipation of people all over the world through its ecstatic game modes and features.
The demo features two competitive modes from the full game. Here are the details on each:
- Tag – “Up to six players compete to be the first to score 100 points. Points are awarded by holding the ‘tag.’ The match starts with the ‘tag’ being held by an AI vehicle. The ‘tag’ is passed between players by colliding with the ‘tag’ vehicle. The game mode has a time limit of 6 minutes. The player who reaches the 100 point score limit first, or has the highest score after 6 minutes have elapsed, wins the match.”
- Trailblazer – “Up to six players compete to be the first to score 100 points. Points are earned by staying in the yellow trails of the AI controlled trailblazer car (highlighted in yellow) as it drives a pre-determined route through the city. Staying in the trails will turn them blue to indicate that the player is scoring. The game mode also has a time limit of 6 minutes. The player who reaches the 100 point score limit first, or has the highest score after 6 minutes have elapsed, wins the match.”
The full version of the game will offer a lot more than that as told on the Marketplace. It further describes:
As Detective John Tanner, discover the open world of San Francisco in over 200 exciting missions, on 210 miles of roads with over 120 licensed cars, including iconic muscle cars. Compete against other drivers in 19 frantic Multiplayer Modes including Co-op & Leaderboard challenges.Advertisement
Check out the multiplayer demo trailer below.
The game is set to release on 30th August so try out the multiplayer demo which is almost the finalized game version and decide whether the upcoming Driver sequel is over hyped or Ubisoft truly deserves the pay out?