While some folks have been able to jump into Driveclub's online features, many others are still having trouble. Evolution Studios has addressed the issue again.

Evolution Studios has posted on Driveclub's Facebook page, updating fans on the situation regarding the game's connectivity. Evolution Studios said, "We can see that the majority of you can now get online, but we know that at peak times of the day it can still be hard to get connected, so we are still working to improve connectivity with every update to the servers."

Even though players are connecting, they're also still having trouble successfully participating in multiplayer races and are experiencing delays when posting leaderboard results. According to Evolution Studios, these issues are caused by the server problem that's been plaguing the game from the very start.

The developer also said, "We will continue to keep you up to speed with the improvements we make and would like to thank you again for all of your feedback and messages about your time with the game so far - please keep them coming."

In a separate comment, Evolution Studios revealed that it will share news of the PlayStation Plus Edition of the game once the devs "have concrete info." We'll keep you updated on Driveclub and its connectivity issues as more information is released.