DriveClub PS Plus and upgrade versions explained

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DriveClub game director Paul Rustchynsky has revealed a little more on the the Plus version of the game, and what the upgrade will get you.

Eurogamer report that the game director revealed that PlayStation Plus subscribers will have access to 10 cars and one country’s worth of maps.

Rustchynsky again argues that the PS Plus edition is not a gimped version of the game, after a fan said the free edition sounded like a demo.

“It’s hardly a demo because you get access to all of the game’s features online and offline,” he argued.

“The difference is that you only have 10 cars and you can only race in one country (which gives you access to five tracks with 11 distinct variants).”

PlayStation Plus edition owners will be able to purchase the rest of the game in an upgrade cost of £42.99 / €49.99 / $49.99, which by our calculation, should be under R600.

The upgrade will then get you access to all five locations, 55 tracks, 50 cars and all 50 tour events.

The only catch here is that the game, even after upgraded, will only be playable as long as your PlayStation Plus subscription remains active.

Sony has released this trailer to explain the differences in the two different versions of DriveClub…

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