MotorStorm Pacific Rift developer Evolution Studios has told fans it's "never too late" to influence how the upcoming PS3 exclusive off-road racer is going to turn out.
Speaking to VideoGamer.com at Sony's recent PlayStation Day in London, Nigel Kershaw, MotorStorm Pacific Rift's game director, called on fans to visit the developer's website and share great ideas and things that bother them about the game.
MotorStorm Pacific Rift, scheduled for release on the PS3 some time this autumn, sees a shift in location from a desert to a pacific island. Evolution has also introduced monster trucks into the mix, as well as vastly improved vehicle interaction with the game world and a split screen mode.
Kershaw revealed that the split screen mode was in response to the community, and that there was still time for fans to shape the game further.
He said: "If you've got something that bothers you in the game, then let us know. Things like split screen are in there because people really wanted it. That's what we want to do. You listen to people and act on it."
He added: "It's (MotorStorm Pacific Rift) getting there but it's never too late. If someone's got a great idea we want them to share it with us."
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