DRIVECLUB brings to life the heart and soul of car culture. An incredibly authentic and immersive driving experience, DRIVECLUB lets you feel the exhilaration of racing the most powerful and beautifully designed cars in the world, all rendered in staggering detail, inside and out. Share in the thrill and excitement of high-speed solo racing, or join a racing club to discover what DRIVECLUB is all about. Created specifically with the next-generation gamer in mind, DRIVECLUB connects you and your friends, allowing you to share your experiences, send and receive challenges, and keep up to speed with your team’s performance.
Q: Who is developing DRIVECLUB™?
A: Evolution Studios is developing DRIVECLUB™.
Q: Who is publishing DRIVECLUB™?
A: Sony Computer Entertainment is publishing DRIVECLUB™.
Q: When will the game be released?
A: DRIVECLUB™ will be released on October 7, 2014.
Q: What platforms will DRIVECLUB™ be supported on?
A: DRIVECLUB™ will be available exclusively for PlayStation®4.
Q: Will DRIVECLUB™ feature a single player portion?
A: Yes, but multiplayer will be the primary focus of the game.
Q: Will DRIVECLUB™ feature a multiplayer portion?
A: Yes, DRIVECLUB™ is primarily a multiplayer game.
Q: Will there be downloadable content (DLC) for the game?
A: Sony stated that DRIVECLUB™ will be a largely DLC-focused game.
Q: Will DRIVECLUB™ support trophies?
A: DRIVECLUB™ will support trophies. See 'TROPHIES' for more information.
Q: Will DRIVECLUB™ feature off-road or rally racing?
A: No official word has revealed if DRIVECLUB™ will have off-road or rally racing.
Q: Will DRIVECLUB™ feature real makes and models of cars?
A: Yes, DRIVECLUB™ will feature real models and makes of cars.
Q: Will there be clan support?
A: Yes, DRIVECLUB™ will feature clans, but they are called "clubs".
Q: Will DRIVECLUB™ be offered as a digital download?
A: The game can be tangibly purchased or on the PlayStation®Store
Q: What about the PlayStation®Plus version?
A: The PlayStation®Plus version will be free; it will be limited vehicles and tracks.
Multiplayer is a huge focus for Evolution Studios' game. DRIVECLUB™ will present options to set up races via a smart phone or tablet. The game allows players to connect quickly to others and race.
Additionally, DRIVECLUB™ will support Remote Play for the PlayStation®Vita. Carl Rogers, the game director, has stated that you'll always be connected to DRIVECLUB™ wherever you go.
DRIVECLUB™ plays a lot into socializing. The game is all about teams and clubs. Being able to play with friends and clubmates is easy as pressing a few buttons and readying on the starting line.
More details on DRIVECLUB™ will be added as time goes on. Check back every now and again for more information!
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Lightyears more sexy looking than Forza5
**bleep** where they thinking releasing that garbage. it's like upscaled PS2
So looking forward to Driveclub!
To be fair, you picked some of the worst FM5 photos imaginable. I just took two photos without really even trying to get something worthwhile:
Don't interpret this as me endorsing FM5 by any means. I can't really tell much of a difference between it and FM4, and greatly dislike almost every facet of the game. I just don't think we should start off the thread by comparing DriveClub to its competition by using photos that look like they were taken with a potatoe, since I have high hopes for DriveClub and fully expect it to blow FM5 out of the water due to the PS4's better specs.
Anyway... Yay for next gen racers, and I'm particularly happy I'll get to try DC out with the PS+ edition.
Comparisons between DRIVECLUB and Forza, or even Gran Turismo, are moot. Forza and Gran Turismo are racing simulators, while DRIVECLUB is more of an arcade racer, similar to GRiD.
If you think otherwise, consider this: do you think Sony would allow an exclusive game to be geared as a racing simulator when it will only be overshadowed and outperformed by Gran Turismo? Doing so would cause DRIVECLUB to be a massive flop, thus losing Sony a lot of money. Gran Turismo has brand power; DRIVECLUB does not because it's a new intellectual property.