DriveClub Special Edition Unveiled

It looks pretty sweet.

Posted By | On 12th, Aug. 2014 Under News | Follow This Author @Pramath1605


DriveClub may be coming roughly a year later than anyone expected, but man, that extra development time seems to have done wonders. The game looked nothing special when it was first revealed as a launch title for the PlayStation 4 last year, but now, it looks like a truly intriguing, gorgeous looking racing game that will add a new dimension to racing games with its social features.

It’s due out this October, and Sony is celebrating its launch with a Special Edition. A pretty good deal, actually.

The Special Edition will be retailing for €69.99, and will include the following goodies:

  • Foil treated, unique artwork housed in a high-quality card sleeve.
  • Instant access to five high performance cars, each with an exclusive livery design:
    • McLaren P1
    • Mercedes-Benz C63 AMG Coupe Black Series
    • Ferrari 458 Italia
    • Aston Martin v12 Vantage S
    • Alfa Romeo 4C
  • 2 exclusive in-game livery packs to customise your car and club logo.
  • 2 DRIVECLUB emblem vinyl stickers (one white, one red) – perfect for your laptop or games console.

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  • GHz

    OOH That’s NICE!

  • otherZinc

    LMAO! This is garbage.

    • demfax

      Driveclub got great impressions at E3 2014 and Gamescom 2014, it’s like a next-gen PGR with connected social features and club competition. Most E3 2014 impressions state it plays well and looks great. It will review well and sell decently. It’s the best looking console racing game. Driveclub’s weather effects look amazing running on PS4’s more powerful console hardware.

      Driveclub is channeling Project Gotham Racing, one of Xbox’s most beloved arcade racers. Those games didn’t have any customization beyond paint jobs and you know what? They were still amazing. It’s an arcade racer, different from sim racers, it doesn’t necessarily need fine tuning customizations. Not inherently better or worse.

      Closed and open world racers are different experiences, not inherently better or worse than one another.

      Weather is confirmed free in a patch soon after launch. It was demoed in-game to journalists at E3 2014, it’s basically finished.


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