DriveClub PS Plus free version detailed, includes only “five tracks and 10 cars”, car customization and more

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Evolution Studios’ Paul Rustchynsky has shared some interesting new details regarding their upcoming PS4 exclusive racing title, DriveClub via Playstation Blog.

DriveClubPaul talked about what’s coming in free Playstation Plus version of DriveClub and difference boxed edition, cars customization, track length.

About free Playstation Plus edition of DriveClub, Paul revealed:

“The PlayStation Plus Edition hasn’t changed. It’s hardly a demo because you get access to all of the game’s features online and offline. The difference is that you only have 10 cars and you can only race in one country (which gives you access to 5 tracks with 11 distinct variants).”

In addition to this he also explained why players won’t be able to complete single-player Tour mode in DriveClub PS Plus edition:

“Simply because the PlayStation Plus Edition doesn’t include all of the cars and tracks that you’ll need to complete DRIVECLUB Tour.”

About customization of cars in DriveClub, Paul said:

“You’ll be able to customise your vehicles using liveries that you unlock throughout the game, changing colours and paint finishes of the various layers. This will allow you to create unique paint jobs that’ll make you and your club stand out from the pack.”

Lastly but not the least about tracks and road length in DriveClub, Paul said:

“The length of the roads and race tracks in DRIVECLUB vary massively, with some that you can speed around in less than a minute and others that stretch on for miles. The longest takes 5 minutes end-to-end, even with your foot to the floor in any one of the quickest cars in the game!”

“We did try our hand at making even longer tracks and while it was possible, it was difficult to keep super long tracks feeling fresh and exciting, especially when you’re racing because the pack you’re racing with tends to break up the longer the race goes on.”

“All of the tracks that feature in DRIVECLUB are authentic and based on real world reference trips, but rather than just recreate reality we exploit the freedom of games design to make them more exciting and enjoyable!”

So there you have it folks, some important details about DriveClub Playstation Plus edition and more. DriveClub will launch on October 8. The game looks much better than previous build, here is the proof: gorgeous looking new trailer and some in-game GIFs.