Contrary to what was initially announced on the PlayStation Blog, those players who opt to upgrade to the full version of Driveclub from the free PlayStation Plus version will not lose access to the game if their subscription ends.
In the post detailing the PlayStation Plus version fans hit upon the wording, “[Y]ou can purchase a one-time upgrade for $49.99. This will give you access to all five locations, 55 tracks, 50 cars and all 50 tour events, as long as your PlayStation Plus subscription remains active”, emphasis added.
Upon hearing the fan feedback, PlayStation updated its blog post with the following statement, “Our priority for Driveclub is to enable you to play and enjoy everything it has to offer and PlayStation recognises that the prior plan for Driveclub entitlement for the upgrade to the PS Plus edition was not appropriate. As a result, we have adjusted the PlayStation Plus terms for Driveclub . Now, If you intend on downloading Driveclub PlayStation Plus Edition, and upgrading to the full game experience, you will have access to the full game even if your PlayStation Plus subscription runs out.”
PlayStation also released two new trailers for Driveclub, one explaining Clubs and the other Faceoffs and Challenges.
The videos serve as an introduction to features in the game rather than showing gameplay, but they do a great job of explaining how the game works and anyone keen on Driveclub should check them out.
Driveclub will be available exclusively for PS4 on 7 October 2014
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