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DriveClub (PlayStation 4)

by Sony
Platform : PlayStation 4
Rated: Everyone
360 customer reviews
Metascore: 71 / 100

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  • Join an existing Club or create your own to team up with 12 drivers and get more in-game currency and earn bonuses
  • Constant and varied challenges keep the game feeling fresh and unique, offering pick-up-and-play gaming experience to suit every player's lifestyle
  • Every detail of high-speed racing has been painstakingly recreated to give you an authentic and thrilling first person driving experience
  • No matter where you are in the world, you and your friends can stay connected 24/7 with the iOS and Android DRIVECLUB app
  • Inspired by real-world roads from diverse regions across the globe, the racing tracks in DRIVECLUB present a variety of different challenges for every driver
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Platform: PlayStation 4 | Edition: Standard

Product Description

Platform:PlayStation 4  |  Edition:Standard

From the Manufacturer

Start a Club, Challenge the World

Get ready for a racing game like never before. Developed exclusively for the PlayStation 4 by Evolution Studios, the team behind the best-selling MotorStorm franchise, DRIVECLUB, is all about you and your friends. It’s about teamwork; it’s about everyone fighting for one another and earning rewards together – and most importantly it’s about sharing in the sheer thrill of every race. Enjoy the excitement of high-speed solo racing, or join a racing club to discover what DRIVECLUB is all about. Created specifically with the next-generation gamer in mind, DRIVECLUB permanently connects you and your friends, always allowing you to share your experiences, send and receive challenges, and keep up to speed with your team’s performance.

DRIVECLUB brings to life the heart and soul of car culture. An incredible, authentic and immersive driving experience, DRIVECLUB makes you feel the exhilaration of driving the most powerful and beautifully designed cars in the world, all rendered in staggering detail, inside and out. Race them in richly detailed real-world locations, alongside your teammates.

Join A Club

Get more by playing within a Club. Gain access to more races, special challenges and events by joining a Club. Join an existing Club or create your own to team up with 12 drivers and get more in-game currency and earn bonuses. Everything they do helps you, and everything you do helps them achieve more. Unite together and represent your Club with customized team colors and logos for your cars.

Immersive Driving Experience

Every detail of high-speed racing has been painstakingly recreated to give you an authentic and thrilling first person driving experience. Feel every inch of the road beneath your tires, the thunderous roar of the engine and the rush of adrenaline coursing through your veins as your knuckles whiten on the steering-wheel.


There’s always something new to do and big rewards to play for. Take on individual challenges where you can go at it alone and earn prizes for yourself, race in special events with Clubs around the world, or enter weekly tournaments to see who the ultimate driver behind the wheel is.

The World’s Coolest Cars

Hand-picked for their power and beauty, each car in DRIVECLUB is a pure pleasure to drive, recreated with an insane level of detail and accuracy both inside and out. Personally customize the cars in your garage to show off your unique look or represent your Club’s colors out on the track. Take care not to get your paint-work scraped and carbon fiber chassis torn in high-speed collisions.

Product Details

Platform: PlayStation 4 | Edition: Standard
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  • ASIN: B00BGA9ZZ4
  • Product Dimensions: 6.8 x 5.4 x 0.6 inches ; 2.4 ounces
  • Media: Video Game
  • Release Date: October 7, 2014
  • Average Customer Review: 3.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (360 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #1,086 in Video Games (See Top 100 in Video Games)
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36 of 38 people found the following review helpful By John Browning on March 5, 2015
Platform for Display: PlayStation 4Edition: Standard
I only play single player, in car games. Sometimes multi-player, but my heart is with single player.

So. As such, this game delivers in a number of Spades.

It is beautiful, you can control weather and time, and from the get-go you have access to a crap-load of tracks.

They allowed a type of openness that lets you use the same car to explore numerous environments, or, in one environment to explore numerous cars. And at the same time explore that same environment at different times of day and with different weather.

This sort of flexibility is part of why this game is so lovely.

You say, I want to drive *this* car in *this* environment, with *this* weather at *this* time of day.

And this thing delivers in a way that Gran Turismo, Forza, and Horizon, do not. Horizon 2 meets that to a similar degree-- only it's not nearly as pretty or realistic, it does not sound as good, and it has different physics.

If you want a meditative experience where you get behind the wheel and in the seat of a beautiful car, and you get to drive it in a place that is at the time you want it and where you want it, and sounds like you're in that place-- this game hits it the best, of all of them, at this time.

We can go to the others for meditation too, and we do-- but I always come back to this game, also.

I turn the music off, and it lets me. It has numerous, gorgeous camera views while you're driving: everything from a realistic hood to a "post-steering wheel" version that is more similar to driving the real car. And the sounds are recorded by professional audio engineers, not like this jokers at Forza who put reverb on everything. And as we know Gran Turismo is hit-and-miss with sounds.
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39 of 46 people found the following review helpful By Daniel on December 17, 2014
Platform for Display: PlayStation 4Edition: Standard
So, let's get this out of the way first, the server issues DriveClub was experiencing at launch are finally fixed. The game works now, although some of the features that were promised before launch (e.g. PS Plus version, DriveClub Live, DriveClub app, etc.) are still not there yet.

As a big fan of Gran Tourismo and the Forza Motorsport series (especially Forza Horizon) I can say that DriveClub is a very good game, but will not satisfy people used to the more simulation-oriented handling of the games I just mentioned. I am used to a car handling in a more or less realistic way on Forza 5 and Gran Tourismo and although DriveClub is not entirely unrealistic (like Need for Speed is), it is just unrealistic enough to be frustrating. You do certain maneuvers expecting the car to behave in a certain way, but the car in the game does something entirely different. This is especially apparent when it comes to drifting, which is decidedly unrealistic in this game (presumably the developers wanted to make it easier for more novice players).

A lack of realism in car handling could have been easily rectified by allowing players to adjust the realism of the handling (like Forza), but DriveClub does not allow the player to do this. You're just stuck with what you've got. You either like the way it handles or you don't. If you don't, too bad. This is a big oversight on the part of the developers.

Some other downsides to the game are a painfully limited selection of cars, no open world racing, and no customization of cars beyond paint. After playing Forza Horizon 2 on Xbox One and DriveClub back-to-back these things were very evident. Forza Horizon 2 is simply more fun and has better, more customizable, and more realistic (if you want it) handling physics than DriveClub, hands down.
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71 of 88 people found the following review helpful By Andrew Evans on December 9, 2014
Platform for Display: PlayStation 4Edition: Standard
I got DriveClub on 12/6 so my experience with it has been a lot different than those who played it at launch. I created a club right of the bat and have had online races and completed challenges over the network without issues. I've read that it still isn't working perfectly for all players, but the problems are much, much less prevalent.

The driving experience itself is right up my alley. I'm a player who has never been able to get really into simulation racers, as I always want to have a little more fun than real-life physics allows. DriveClub provides that realism aspect in the visual fidelity and the environmental effects, but the handling itself is still arcadey enough to have the fun factor.

The visuals in this game are truly something we've never seen before. The sound and sights as you're racing downhill are enough to make your heart race- the sense of speed here is unmatched. Weather was just added to the game ( and it's a whole additional element to the race experience. Heavy rain at night obscures your vision in the cockpit & dashboard views, with rain droplets moving around the wildshield appropriately with the force of the car. The wiper blades leave mild streaks behind as they push the rain away, just as in real life. Make sure you download the latest patch to take advantage of this highlight of the game.
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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful By Muhammad on May 23, 2015
Platform for Display: PlayStation 4Edition: Standard
I was considering this game for the longest time but was always hesitant due to the poor reviews. I guess since it's release they've practically reworked the entire thing (as evidenced by the massive GB of update files that I had to dl for the game). And now I am so effing addicted to this game.

Driveclub is that exceptional balance between Arcade and Sim racer. I'm not sure why some people think the physics aren't realistic; I've played my fair share of racing games, and it's pretty damn realistic. You can't just drift mindlessly through turns or correct oversteer in a second. You will spin out trying to floor that SRT Viper out of a tight corner, going 150+ down straightaways on an uneven road with bumps will take finesse to maintain stability, and your drifts lose momentum very quickly instead of rocketing you at 10000mph through turns. There is definitely a difference in the physics between different cars within different classes and each car has been uniquely designed true to it's real life capabilities. And if you're in a race where the weather is dynamic be prepared; you may start out hugging the road in dry conditions only to be sliding around carelessly as rain begins to fall a lap or two later.

The car selection is spectacular. Yea many cars can now be found in the DLCs, especially the American cars everyone was so desperate for (myself included), like the Stingray, Viper, Camaro, Charger; yea those can now be had with a DLC. Not a big deal to pay, you can find this game cheap anyway so it was worth it for me. I've added that, the lambo pack, and some others b/c I want my Camaro ZL1, McLaren 650s, and Jaguar CX75 concept to name a few. I would like to see a Japan DLC that includes a GTR and LFA.
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