No news about its availability in the United States yet, though.
DriveClub being literally the only big exclusive that the PlayStation 4 is getting this year, it’s natural that Sony will want to push the game as much as possible, for all that it is worth. And in Europe at least, they seem to be doing just that, as SCEE has officially announced a PlayStation 4 DriveClub bundle for Europe.
The bundle will set purchases back by €439, and it includes a copy of the game, the PS4 console, as well as the DualShock 4 controller; everything else that is included in a standard PS4 package will also be included.
Bundling seems to be popular for all console manufacturers at the moment; Microsoft has been pushing Titanfall bundles heavily all year in an effort to push Xbox One sales, while Nintendo banked equally heavily on Mario Kart 8 bundles for WIi U (to spectacular results). For Sony alone, this is the second bundle confirmed in as many weeks, following on the heels of last week’s announcement that there would also be a bundle of the PS4 with The Last of Us Remastered.
None of Sony’s bundles are yet confirmed for any territory but Europe, but we will keep you posted on further developments all the same.