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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.[1]

List of GamesEdit

Main TitlesEdit

Spin-offs and SequelsEdit

Related GamesEdit

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".[2]
  • Watch Dogs - The game's engine, Disrupt, was originally intended for use of other games, potentially the Driver series.[3]

ReferencesEdit

  1. 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)
  2. 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)
  3. IGN: http://uk.ign.com/articles/2013/12/18/ubisoft-watch-dogs-engine-was-originally-built-for-driver

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