Driveclub’s PS Plus Edition Won’t Be Released Tomorrow; Director Addresses Bugs and Upcoming Update

on October 9, 2014 5:27 PM

If you’re waiting eagerly for Driveclub’s PlayStation Plus Edition and you’re hoping it could be made available tomorrow, unfortunately that won’t be the case, as mentioned on Twitter by Game Director Paul Rustchynsky.

While Rustchynsky did not give any ETA besides the fact that tomorrow won’t be the day, he did address a couple of rather annoying (well, at least one is annoying) glitches that are affecting the game right now.

First of all, he promised to fix the issue that causes the game not to pause automatically when the controller runs out of battery power, but more importantly he addressed the glitch that happens at the end of every race, when the game freezes for half a second.

We’ve noticed that too, we’re investigating. Think it was introduced with game update 1.02

Finally, he mentioned that the possibility to hide the UI in the final cutscene at the end of the race has already been introduced in an upcoming game update. He did not give any ETA for the patch, but hopefully it’ll come soon and it’ll be interesting to see what else it’ll include.

This is just my personal speculation, and I’d be very glad to be proven wrong, but at this stage I doubt we’ll get our hands on the PlayStation Plus Edition before next week, since tomorrow is Friday, and I doubt they’ll release it during the weekend. Again, take this with a grain of salt, as it’s just my prediction, but if I were you, I’d make other plans for the weekend.

 /  Executive News Editor
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