In this review, I will talk about Driver: San Francisco from Ubi Soft for PC.
Driver: San Francisco is the latest game in the long running Driver franchise from Ubi Soft. Just like the previous games, Driver: San Francisco is a hardcore tough driving game. You can’t just be anyone who can pick up the controller and play. The game difficulty is the beauty of it, and getting hang of it can be tough for new or casual players. Thankfully once you pick up the controller and start playing, the game trains you well in every aspect of the game play, you can than jump in the story mode and start playing. To find out more, read our review.
To start my review, I will discuss the features and setting of the game.
In Driver: San Francisco, you will once again play as the undercover cop known as John Tanner, his arch enemy Jericho, also makes a return in the game. Jericho has broken out of jail and he manages to hurt our hero to a point that he goes into a coma. All this happens in the very start of the game, from there on, you will be playing events that take place in the head of Tanner while he is in a Coma. The unique shifting ability of Tanner is shown to you in the very beginning of the game. The shifting ability allows you to control the local traffic and send them to chase after your opponents; it’s a pretty unique thing for a driving game.
Moving further down the review, there are several different kinds of missions in the game, you will be playing chase events, escorting other people and tailing your opponents throughout the game. There are many other side quest missions that let you do insane stunts all around the game.
To finish off my review, I would say that Driver: San Francisco has returned strong with all its glory, if you have been a fan of the franchise, this game will not disappoint you.