Sony has finally made good on its promise to deliver a PlayStation Plus version of its 2014 racer, Driveclub. The title was originally supposed to launch alongside the PlayStation 4 in November 2013, but faced a number of delays and, eventually, a rough release in October.
Now, eight months after the full game's release (and nineteen months after it was first due), the PlayStation Plus edition is finally available. It includes all features from the full game, including multiplayer, solo mode, events, customization, and photo mode.
You can create your own races on the 13 tracks in India, which is one of the game’s six locations. You can also have 15 cars in your garage, and access to the entire set of trophies.
In order to get 40 additional cars, the full 65 tracks, and the single-player campaign, you’ll need to purchase the full version. For more on Driveclub, check out our review.
[Source: PlayStation Store]
It would have been very easy for Sony to cut its losses and tell fans that the PlayStation Plus version wasn’t coming at all. While this will likely have minimal impact on sales and low uptake by users, it is a promise fulfilled.