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DriveClub PS Plus Edition coming tomorrow

Sony has confirmed the DriveClub PS Plus Edition is coming tomorrow, at long long last.

Over 8 months after the original DriveClub release date back in November 2014, the PS Plus Edition is finally ready for launch.

Sony and developer Evolution Studios are making the DriveClub PS Plus Edition available to all PlayStation Plus members from tomorrow, June 25.

“We’ve spent a long time preparing for this launch after some difficult and unexpected set-backs,” explained Shuhei Yoshida, Present of Sony Worldwide Studios. “To make absolutely certain that all players have the smoothest and most stable experience possible, we are going to be duly cautious about how we release the game this time around.”

From tomorrow, you’ll be able to download the DriveClub PS Plus Edition and start playing offline. Sony will start rolling out the online access that day, but it’s not confirmed whether it’ll reach the UK before the day’s up.

“We want to make sure we don’t overload the servers as we invite millions of PS Plus members to download the game tomorrow”, added Yoshida.

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If you want to be updated as to when you’ll receive the online access in your PS Plus Edition DriveClub, then you can head over to the DriveClub website.

“Thank you to everyone who has stood by Driveclub during the past year and for everyone who ha accepted the extra wait for the PS Plus Edition and the companion app whicb will come after. The team at Evolution Studios is working incredibly hard to make DriveClub great for you, to get everyone to have fun racing in clubs and continue the evolution of the game with spectacular updates every month.”

The PlayStation Plus Edition of DriveClub includes one location – India – 11 tracks, 10 cars and access to all game modes.

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