Driver is a series of mission-based action-adventure video games developed by Reflections Interactive (now Ubisoft Reflections), and published by Atari and now by Ubisoft. The games consists of a mixture of action-adventure and driving in open world environments. There have been a total of 5 main installments and 3 spin-offs to the series since the series started in 1999. The series has sold over 16 million copies of games worldwide as of August 2011, a report shows.
List of GamesEdit
- Driver (known as Driver: You Are the Wheelman in North America)
- Driver 2 (known as Driver 2: The Wheelman Is Back in North America)
- Driver 3 (stylized as DRIV3R)
- Driver: Parallel Lines
- Driver: San Francisco
Spin-offs and SequelsEdit
- Driver 76 (prequel to Driver: Parallel Lines)
- Driver: Renegade 3D (known as Driver: Renegade in North America)
- Driver: Speedboat Paradise
The following are other Ubisoft titles that are or were intended to be part of the Driver series, but which developers decided not to be before release.
- Driver: Vegas - The game is not part of the main Driver series canon.
- Driver: LA Undercover - The game is not part of the main Driver series canon.
- C.O.P. The Recruit - The game was originally going to be released under the name "Driver: The Recruit".
- Watch Dogs - The game's engine, Disrupt, was originally intended for use of other games, potentially the Driver series.
- ↑ Ubisoft: Facts & Figures: https://web.archive.org/web/20140721012750/www.ubisoftgroup.com/en-us/about_ubisoft/facts_and_figures.aspx (Archive from July 21, 2014)
- ↑ One Last Continue: https://web.archive.org/web/20091112021500/http://www.onelastcontinue.com/7966/e3-2009-cop-the-recruit-drivers-little-brother (Archive from November 12, 2009)
- ↑ IGN: http://uk.ign.com/articles/2013/12/18/ubisoft-watch-dogs-engine-was-originally-built-for-driver