Present in the main folder is Application.ini, which contains the priority strings \"DebugFlag=0\" and \"DebugMenu=0\". Changing either or both of these from 0 to 1 does not change anything in-game.
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Sony's latest State of Play was, to put it mildly, something of a mixed bag. Whereas Nintendo has been successful in whetting appetites and generating hype via its slick Nintendo Direct events, Sony's rival showcase of its upcoming games, updates, and teasers is still finding its feet. The State of Play only lasted around 20 minutes, revealing the highly anticipated Tekken 8 and a tantalizing Like a Dragon: Ishin remake, as well as providing a brand-new story trailer for what is arguably the year's most anticipated release: God of War Ragnarök.
Less touted was a new indie game titled Pacific Drive, an original IP courtesy of Ironwood Studios that made its official bow at the State of Play, eliciting cautiously optimistic audience responses. Labeled as a first-person driving survival game, Pacific Drive tasks players with escaping a deadly exclusion zone in a region of the Pacific Northwest by scavenging parts and evading the various threats that inhabit the Hell-like playing sphere. It's an odd concoction on paper, certainly, but far from an unappealing one.
While not being the most forthcoming of trailers in terms of revealing massive swathes of gameplay, Pacific Drive did put would-be players into the driver's seat of the game's central vehicle. This automobile is a seemingly ordinary-looking station wagon upgraded with all sorts of fancy gizmos and a voice à la David Hasselhoff's iconic K.I.T.T car from the classic '80s TV series Knight Rider. Details about the vehicle's actual capabilities remain somewhat shrouded in mystery, but the PlayStation.Blog is keen to emphasize the car's unparalleled importance to the player's chances of survival. According to Ironwood Studio's Blake Dove, as long as players keep the car running, it will \"protect [the player] from the surrounding dangers\" of the ravaged Pacific Northwest.
\"Dangers,\" certainly, is the operative word. Set in an alternate version of 1955, the game imagines a warped United States in which the government has cordoned off a region of the Pacific Northwest called the \"Olympic Peninsula.\" The area is used as a testing ground for various clandestine experiments and scientific investigations. Thanks to this high-tech tampering, the area has been blighted by radiation, a collapsing ecosystem, and, most worryingly, various \"supernatural horrors.\" Walled off and inaccessible to the general public, the Olympic Exclusion Zone is not a place anyone would want to be stuck in for very long.
That clearly doesn't stop the game's protagonist from satisfying their curiosity in exploring the barred zone, presumably in pursuit of answers to the secrets the former testing area surely holds. This has clearly also led to some form of mishap that has left the protagonist stranded and alone, unable to escape a region filled only with decay, collapse, and deadly superhuman threats. Getting out will require the use of the aforementioned dilapidated station wagon buried deep within the woods, but in true Mad Max style, players can use an abandoned chop shop to repair, adapt, and enhance the car to become something more.
For now, it appears as though the details of Pacific Drive will remain under wraps until the title launches on the PS5 in 2023. Not only is the game an original IP coming out of way left field, but its production also comes courtesy of a studio whose track record is, currently, pretty much non-existent. The Seattle-based developer was formed in 2019, meaning that Pacific Drive will be the very first project to be birthed at the nascent studio's own hopeful hands. With no precedent and no defined reputation, it's anyone's guess as to how well this ambitious debut will pan out. Ironwood Studios will surely be praying for a smooth debut ride. 59ce067264