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DriveClub getting 5 new tracks today

DriveClub will get five new tracks later today as part of an update for the PS4 exclusive racer.
The game’s developer, Evolution, revealed on the official DriveClub Facebook page that the free tracks would arrive today, Monday January 19.

There’s no specified time for the update’s arrival, so watch out on your PS4 download list for the
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The five free tracks are based in Japan, and are a mix of point-to-point blasts and race circuits.
Evolution has been teasing the upcoming tracks for the past week on its Facebook page with selection of gameplay teaser videos.
Those videos also included a few sneak peeks at the new cars coming with the Apex Expansion Pack, which will arrive somewhere between January 27 – 29.
Those vehicles include the new McLaren 650S, Jaguar C-X75 Concept and Enzo Ferrari.
Since last year, Evolution Studios promised that all DriveClub DLC would be released for free.
The plan is to add 11 new tracks incorporating 23 new routes post-release for the game.
The free content will continue until June 2015 at the earliest.
DriveClub’s first big free DLC release was the additional of the weather system, which Evolution teased for quite some time before it was released.
There’s still no word on the long-awaited free PlayStation Plus Edition of the game, which was released back in October.

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