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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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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.
Top Customer Reviews
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.
So the sound recording is the best of any driving game on console. You have inside recordings and outside, and they were recorded dry, not like the Forza people who continue to record their samples with reverberation because they're recording in a closed space. Foolish. Thank God for Drive Club.
And the weather, tires, all that sounds great.
The cars drive great, only problem they seem to all be like European and there are no classics like Muscle. I actually question whether the restricted physics model would even allow a more "lugubrious" car such as something with floppy suspension. Every car on here is tight, but they're all modern-- another failing of this title, but then again-- you're just in a modern museum, deal with it/etc.
The game has a 'look ahead' feature that you can turn off, it's not unlike that used in Shift 2. Makes the driving much more realistic, but at first you'll be turning too soon, if you're used to Forza and Gran Turismo. Still, I think it's a wonderful feature and adds to the ease with which we can actually drive and race, feel the suspension, feel the tires' grip, hear it, and all through using a controller.
I could go on, but another thing is that the steering depiction is remarkably realistic, even in real-time.
And when you're racing and those cars are in front of you, there's an odd symphony going on where you don't care if you're 7th. You're in a beautiful space in a gorgeous piece of kit, and you're getting to experience this tool/museum in such a way that you are buoyed by it's art.
- This is an Arcade racer with Sim-like controls. The controls do have a learning curve, but once you get the hang of it, it's a very rewarding and challenging driving experience.
- DriveClub is still one of the best looking games across the new consoles. Rain/Snow tracks look absolutely amazing, and are some of the tougher challenges in the game.
- The game goes back to the days of classic Arcade racers like Burnout 3 or Need for Speed. Its not an open-world experience, but you race across the continent in different events. You progressively get faster and faster cars, and this is very intentional, as racing with a car that can go up to 280 mph is very hard to control and requires you to certainly have the learning curve down and race well against tough AI opponents
- If you have friends that play racers with you on PS4, well a big portion of the events and challenges and the way the entire online works is pretty much designed for you. Clubs can do all sorts of cool things together, I'm more of a loner gamer, but I appreciate all the features if I did have a Club.
Game released was a solid 7/10 and with updates that has improved for me to a 9/10. Great game, and at this price, should be a part of any PS4 user's library who likes racers.
* Hint, DriveClub is great for quick pick-up-and-play sessions.
Every viewpoint is spectacular and offers its own unique wow factor. For instance, the cockpit view allows you to see the droplets hit the windshield and streak from side to side as you turn, affected by the pull, while the rear camera view allows you to see how the water reacts with the the entire car and the road surface, converging into puddles and flowing naturally.
One of my favorite set of conditions for a race is: night, light precipitation, and stormy clouds. This showcases the game's breathtaking lighting effects and their realism. Your taillights glare against the water droplets of the camera and every so often you are treated to a flash of lighting that lights up the world and for a split-second your breath is stolen. The lightning is free-form and can streak across the sky in seemingly unlimited shapes and sizes, not just your typical jagged bolt that spans sky to ground.
I can't say enough about how beautiful this game is!
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Big reason here is the physics of the game. Cars drive unrealistically. It's neither arcade or sim. It's total BS.Read more