Driveclub Dev Details PlayStation Plus Edition

Driveclub Dev Details PlayStation Plus Edition

Evolution Studios’ community development manager Jamie Brayshaw posted the first of three updates of its PlayStation 4 exclusive Driveclub , detailing the PlayStation Plus Edition of the title on PlayStation.Blog . All three of these updates will be presented in video format, and the first of these showcases what will actually be included in this edition compared to the standard edition.

Once you activate your PlayStation Plus subscription, you’ll be able to download Driveclub PlayStation Plus Edition and gain access to one location (India), 11 tracks, 10 cars and access to everything else in the game.

“DRIVECLUB is inherently next gen, ” Brayshaw said when explaining why the content was being offered for free. “ It’s about accessibility for all and building a community of gamers who love online play. DRIVECLUB PlayStation Plus Edition is designed to be a quick and easy way for gamers all over the world to join the DRIVECLUB community. You can take part in all the game modes, set, send and compete in challenges, and race online against others in the DRIVECLUB community.

We think you’ll have a lot of fun playing DRIVECLUB once it launches on October 7th, digitally via the PlayStation store and on Blu-ray at your local retailer, ” he continued. “ If you’re an active PlayStation Plus subscriber and have been playing the PlayStation Plus Edition, but decide you want the full DRIVECLUB experience, you can purchase a one-time upgrade for $49.99. This will give you access to all five locations, 55 tracks, 50 cars and all 50 tour events, as long as your PlayStation Plus subscription remains active.

Brayshaw also reassured that you’ll still be able to buy the standard edition of Driveclub via the PlayStation Store or your local retailer if you aren’t an active PlayStation Plus member.

Sony’s president of Worldwide Studios, Shuhei Yoshida, revealed Driveclubs’ release date on Tuesday, April 29, stating that the title will be launching on the PlayStation 4 on October 7 , the same date as Creative Assembly’s Alien: Isolation , BioWare’s Dragon Age: Inquisition , and Monolith Productions’ Middle-earth: Shadow of Mordor . A PlayStation Plus 50 percent discount will also no longer be included with the game at launch.

Driveclub was originally meant to be a launch title for the PlayStation 4, but many delays and management setbacks pushed its release date. The game’s director, Paul Rustchynsky, has also confirmed that the title will run at 1080p, but it’ll capped at 30 frames per second. Check out our Jake Valentine’s hands-on preview of Driveclub .

[ PlayStation.Blog ]

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