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Driv3r
Box artwork for Driv3r.
Developer(s) Reflections Interactive
Publisher(s) Atari
Release date(s)
PlayStation 2 icon.pngXbox icon.png
PlayStation 2, Xbox
Windows icon.png
Windows
Game Boy Advance icon.png
Game Boy Advance
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Mobile
Globe.svg June, 2004
Genre(s) Action, Shooter
System(s) PlayStation 2, Xbox, Windows, Game Boy Advance, Mobile
Players 1-8
Rating(s)
ESRB: ESRB M.png Mature
PEGI: PEGI 16.png Ages 16+
USK: USK 16.png Ages 16+
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Game Boy Advance
ESRB: ESRB T.png Teen
PEGI: PEGI 12.png Ages 12+
System requirements (help)
CPU clock speed
2 GHz
System RAM
256 MiB
Disk space
2.95 GiB
Video RAM
64 MiB
DVD drive speed
4 xDVD
DirectX version
Version 9.0c
Preceded by Driver 2
Followed by Parallel Lines
Series Driver
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Driv3r, more commonly known as Driver 3 (marketed as DRIV3R), is a racing, shooting, and adventure video game. It is the third installment in the popular Driver series and was developed by Reflections Interactive and published by Atari. Driv3r was released in North America for the PlayStation 2 and Xbox on June 21, 2004. In Europe, it was officially released on June 25, although due to the way Atari shipped the title across the continent, it made its way into independent UK retailers before the release date, even making a #6 position in the ELSPA chart for that week. On March 15, 2005, it was released on PC for US customers, it was also released on Game Boy Advance October 25, 2005. A scaled down version was released for the mobile phone in June 2004. At one point a Nintendo GameCube version was planned, but it was later canceled.

Driv3r brings back features from Driver 2 and adds the ability to ride motorcycles and boats, use weapons, swim, climb ladders, and enter certain buildings among other things.

A Gang of Miami car thieves attempts to ship 40 of the world's most expensive cars to a mysterious international buyer. Taking their pick of cars in Miami and the south of France, the gang keeps on the move and co-ordinates the sale in Istanbul, a city straddling both Europe and Asia. But in the gang of car thieves, posing as a getaway driver, is Tanner, an obsessive and ruthless undercover cop, determined to stop the sale of the cars and discover the identity of their buyer.

You play the role of Tanner as you work both for and against the gang of car thieves. You must use your skills in driving and firearms to infiltrate your way into the gang and then work out how to stop them in time.

Table of Contents

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