The release of the PS4 exclusive driving game Driveclub is quickly approaching, but there are still quite a few unknowns about the free PlayStation Plus edition. Game Director Paul Rustchynsky took to Twitter to dispel some doubts.
Rustchynsky clarified that the PlayStation Plus version will have 10 cars and 11 tracks (in a single location), and the cars provided will be two per category. So there will be two hot hatches, two sport cars, two performance cars, two supercars and two hypercars. Incidentally he also mentioned that the breakdown isn’t that even in the full version, but it isn’t “a million miles away from that.”
Even after launch those that get the PlayStation Plus version won’t need to worry about missing on new features. They won’t get any new cars, but they will get all the new features implemented. Rustchynsky specified that this includes weather.
Finally, we also learn that pre-orders on the US PSN should be coming next week.
As an added bonus, Rustchynsky also tweeted the following animated GIF. Does anyone want a donut?
If you want to see more about Driveclub, you can check out the brand new reveal screenshots giving a glimpse on the Mercedes-AMG GT, which will be available with a free patch (probably not for the PlayStation Plus version, given the details mentioned above) right after launch.