This instalment of the Driver series takes place about 3 months after Driver 3, but don't worry not much has changed, so there's still plenty of high speed action to be had as you try to out run every police car in the immediate vicinity. Tanner's also got a new trick up his sleeve that allows him to possess other drivers for a short period of time. Green Man Gaming are parting with PC copies of the game for £6.78, which should save you over £4 on the next best offers out there. Thanks to 5867dude @ HUKD.
Driver: San Francisco was a big surprise and a major breath of fresh air when it released earlier this year. Its unique premise (I won't spoil it for you) allows you to take control of any car you like at any time, re-enacting insane San Fran car chases and pretending to be Agent Smith every once in a while. Amazon are only charging £9.99, which is an adorable little price that, frankly, probably won't be beaten for a while.
The events of Driver: San Francisco take place about 3 months after Driver 3 and you can expect plenty of high speed antics as you desperately try to shake every squad car in the area. This time around Tanner can temporarily possess other driver by shifting into their bodies at will, which gives you a new set of wheels to take for a spin. Tesco Entertainment are parting with Xbox 360 and PS3 copies of the game for £12, which'll save you about £6 on the next best offers out there. Thanks to goonertillidie @ HUKD.
Driver: San Francisco takes place a couple of months after the events of Driver 3 and this time around Tanner's got a new little trick up his sleeve in the form of shifts, which allow you to temporarily posses any other driver on the map. Also, should you get bored with the single player there are several multiplayer modes to keep you entertained. Zavvi are parting with PS3 and PC copies of the game for £14.95, whereas The Hut are parting with just the PS3 version, and you'll save just over £8 on the PS3 and just under £2 on the PC.
As deals go for Collector’s Editions, this one for the new Driver might be worth a look just for the extra swag, as it works out at being just £4 more than the standard version. Additionally, the offer from Amazon means you could make a saving of almost £7 in comparison to the next cheapest retailer over at The Hut.
So what do you get for your extra £4? Along with the game you get a comic that gives a bit more backstory to the game, a map of San Francisco that indicates the locations for collectables, four additional challenges for the single player mode, three rather nice looking legendary cars for multiplayer, and a Replica model of the 1970 Dodge Challenger R/T. All of that for an extra £4, which is pretty good going I’d say. Thanks to TanyaSpace @ HUKD!
Driver San Francisco's out in September and I for one am looking forward to getting behind the steering wheel once more and leading the police on some hair raising high speed chases. The single player takes place a few months after Driver 3 and once you've made your way though it, you can jump into the multiplayer which has nine different modes. The Game Collection are letting you pre-order Wii copies of the game for £24.99, which'll save you almost £5 on the next best offer coming in from Simply Games.