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New DriveClub details revealed by Evolution Studios

New details of PS4 racer DriveClub have been revealed by developer Evolution Studios.

Posting on Neogaf (via), design director Paul Rustchynsky has confirmed that the "PS+ Edition of DriveClub will be available well into the new year," adding that, "there will be a discount to upgrade to the full digital edition from the PS+ edition, but prices won't be announced for a few more weeks yet."

"When you upgrade from the PS+ Edition you get the full digital edition which doesn't require a PS+ subscription, you can earn the platinum trophy in the PS+ Edition... it's the full game minus a few cars/tracks."

All PlayStation Plus subscribers will gain access to the PlayStation Plus version of DriveClub for free at the launch of PS4.

Adding some further information on the game, Ruschynsky revealed that rear-view mirrors just show the environment, while no multiplayer split-screen will be included within either version of the game.

"Rear-view mirrors as you've seen in the latest direct feed footage just show the environment," he said. "You'd be surprised how limited the visibility in the mirrors are for a lot of these cars and for gameplay purposes we want to give the best visibility."

Apparently the developer is also working on a photo mode, while still aiming for a 60FPS frame rate for the final build.

DriveClub is a PS4 launch title.

Edited On 02 Sep, 2013

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lukas83's avatar
lukas83 3 years ago
What?? Does that mean cars are invisible in your rear view mirror? There surely must be some confusion or mistranslation of some kind here because that's the stupidest thing I've ever heard. It's a car racing game how do you know if someone is going to try and take over you?!
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kill_crazy 3 years ago
Think he means that the interior of car isn't shown in rvm as some cars have very restrictive rear windows. It'll be like having a rear pointing camera feed like most other games. I'd be shocked if cars aren't shown!

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