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Wednesday, 30 April 2014 09:09

PS4 to finally get Driveclub on October 7th

Written by David Stellmack

October 8th in Europe and October 10th in rest of the UK

A new series of launch dates has been confirmed for the on again, delayed again title Driveclub for the PlayStation 4. Sony has confirmed that the new driver will arrive on October 7th in North America, October 8th in Europe, and October 10th in the UK.

Sony has described the new racer as a truly innovative and socially connected racing game. Sony claims that the extra time spend on Driveclub was necessary to deliver what Driveclub offers and deliver the game that players have been waiting for.

The delays in release have not dampened the plans for a free PS Plus version for subscribers to the service. The difference between the boxed and free PS Plus version is a slightly scaled down amount of content that is offered in the PS Plus version. No specifics yet on the exact differences between the two.

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