“It’s been a hot topic of late inside gaming, and we’ve been very keen to take on board the feedback from gamers and make sure we don’t upset anyone,” Rustchynsky said. “In Driveclub you earn Fame, and as you earn Fame, you level up. Every time you level up, we give you another car… The only thing we do have is a couple of shortcuts.”
DriveClub will be arriving on Oct. 7 exclusively for PlayStation 4, both in its retail and free PlayStation Plus forms. Upgrading from the PS Plus edition to the full digital version will cost the discounted price of $49.99 and will give you access to all 50 cars, 55 tracks, 50 tour events and five locations (India, Chile, Norway, the United Kingdom and Canada). The free version will only include 11 tracks, 10 cars and the India location with an undisclosed number of tour events (while still offering all of DriveClub’s game modes and gameplay features).