DriveClub PS Plus Edition differences revealed with new trailerWritten by: / / No Comments
Now that we know the formal release date for DriveClub, and the new game director has explained the one main reason behind the game’s massive delay from November 2013 to the end of 2014, there’s one more burning question we need answered:
What’s the difference between the store-bought DriveClub and DriveClub PS Plus Edition?
Luckily that question has been answered with a few numbers direct from developer Evolution Studios, telling us that the full disc-based version of DriveClub (as well as the version available to buy digitally on launch) will include five locations, 55 tracks, 50 cars and 50 tour events.
The version of DriveClub that PS Plus members will be able to get at no additional charge, however, will include one location (India), 11 tracks, 10 cars and access to all game modes. If you like what you see, you can purchase a one-time upgrade (for $50 in the US) to gain access to the rest of DriveClub’s content, which will remain accessible as long as your PS Plus subscription remains active.
You can see the same information presented in a super slick trailer below:
DriveClub PS Plus Edition – Retail Differences Trailer
Excited for DriveClub?
It’s out on October 7th in North America, October 8th in Europe and October 10th in the UK, exclusive to PS4.
Watch the latest impressive trailer for the game over here, don’t miss El33tonline’s previous and continued coverage of the impressive looking racer, and read over our hands-on preview and eyes-on report of the game from last year.
Source: PlayStation Blog