Pacific Drive is now available on PC and PS5

Ironwood Studios is happy to announce the arrival of Pacific Drive on both PC and PS5. You’re just cruising through the Pacific Northwest when BOOM! You’re in the Olympic Exclusion Zone with your trusty station wagon.

Welcome to survival with a twist. It’s not your average Sunday drive because you’ve been teleported to a land of mysteries, supernatural stuff, and anomalies that would throw your GPS in the towel. Yeah, that’s right, you are stuck in this unkind point of vacation. Build, improve, and create your station wagon, the do-all vehicle for your flight.

Pacific Drive throws a bit of everything at you. A sprinkle of realistic driving, a dash of survival tactics, and a healthy serving of roguelike elements. All of that against a backdrop that’s as beautiful as deadly. You’ll be forging and leveling up at a pretty fast pace with the Fabrication Station, turning your ride into a monster capable of taking whatever the Zone throws at it. And let’s not forget whimsy. Who wouldn’t want a car in which the thing will constantly pop a wheelie across, just as wild and unpredictable as some of this terrain?

Keep your eyes peeled for the weirdness around every corner, and maybe, just maybe, you’ll find the key to the Zone and plan your perfect escape.

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