New DriveClub videos show the beautiful tracks in Chile and Norway [Update]

DriveClub is an upcoming PlayStation 4 exclusive from Evolution Studio, the creators of Motorstorm series on the PlayStation 3. The game was unfortunately delayed from being a launch title to getting released about an year after launch. Now that the game is about to get released soon, a lot more people are sharing their videos from the final build of the game.

You can check out two brand new videos showing the tracks of Chile and Norway from DriveClub below.

Update: All videos has been taken down now. We will update this article once we find a backup.

DriveClub will be get a special edition for the PS+ users. This will be available for free to the PS+ users although it will contain limited content. We have the choice to upgrade to the full version from the PS+ version of the game, at a discounted price. Sony is also offering DriveClub with a PS4 bundle in Europe.

DriveClub is set to release exclusively on the PlayStation 4 on 8th October, 2014.

What do you think about these new videos for DriveClub? Let us know in the comments below.

  • demfax

    Driveclub got great gameplay impressions at E3 2014, Gamescom 2014, and the recent beta test.

    There are tons of positive impressions of Driveclub’s gameplay readily available on the internet yet people keep spreading FUD and blind hate about it.

    As usual for a Playstation exclusive game, Driveclub is constantly targeted with lies, FUD, and blind hatred.

    Driveclub is channeling Project Gotham Racing, one of Xbox’s most beloved arcade racers. Those games didn’t have any customization beyond paint jobs and you know what? They were still amazing. It’s an arcade racer, different from sim racers, it doesn’t necessarily need fine tuning customizations. Not inherently better or worse.

    Closed and open world racers are different experiences, not inherently better or worse than one another.

    Weather is confirmed free in a patch soon after launch. It was demoed in-game to journalists at E3 2014 and demoed at Gamescom 2014, it’s basically finished.

    Framerate is confirmed locked at 30 and the game engine updates faster than the framerate for better controller response.

    Many next gen games were delayed not just Driveclub. Only blind fanboys single it out.

    The PS+ Version of Driveclub includes all game modes, the Platinum trophy, online play, 11 tracks, and 10 cars. It’s being offered free to PS+ users at launch. It’s more than “a demo”. Writing on the PlayStation Blog, manager Fred Dutton confirmed “DriveClub will be in addition to your regular PlayStation Plus allocation,” he elaborated in response to a fan.

    Driveclub PS+ Edition doesn’t take up a slot on October 2014 PS+ games, you still get two free PS4 games in addition to Driveclub.

    The PS+ Version of Driveclub includes all game modes, the Platinum trophy, online play, 11 tracks, and 10 cars. It’s being offered free to PS+ users at launch. It has far more features than a demo.

    Nobody is offering full retail AAA games on PS+ at launch. Is anyone else offering anything remotely approaching Driveclub PS+ Edition, basically giving away a good portion of the game? No, it’s unprecedented for an AAA retail game and a good thing.

    Driveclub beta tester impressions:

    “Gameplay really is fantastic. I’ve played a lot of racing games. From Burnout, PGR, Need For Speed series, Motorstorm, Gran Turismo, Forza (though not the Horizon series) and more. The car handling feels semi realistic, so a mix or realism and PGR style arcade, though I think it leans more towards realism. Plenty of content/events/challenges.

    Graphically it is the best racing game I’ve played (haven’t played PC racing games). At first I didn’t think it looked that great, but then you keep racing and it just hits you. It’s stunning, and just feels so rich. The environments just feel like they’ve had so much attention and it really brings the races to life. I haven’t really experienced this before, it’s just very dense. Motion blur is really well implemented, it doesn’t feel distracting at all.”

    Forza and Driveclub are both good racing games for different reasons, it’s only fanboys blindly hating one or the other.

    Project Cars has “up to 100 cars”, or about the same number as Driveclub.

    Interview with Project Cars devs. Maybe you should take their answer?

    “Ravi Sinha: How many cars and tracks are you planning to have in the final game? Do you have some biggies included?

    Andy Tudor: Journalists ? please stop asking this question! How many guns are there in Call of Duty: Ghosts compared to Battlefield 4? How many different enemy types are there in Dead Rising 3 compared to Ryse?

    Project CARS covers a wide range of motorsport types ? from karts to stock cars to everyday road cars to the kind of supercars you see on Top Gear, to GT, formula racers, and prototypes. So we aim to be close to a hundred cars to choose from across that huge variety but we never start a project with a mindset of “Let’s add as many as we can” since five variations of the same car don’t necessarily make a better game in our opinion.”

    Evo Studios is putting a ton of effort into each of their cars trying to recreate them accurately in modeling, paint layers, reflections, sound, etc.

    “How customisable will the weather be? Alex Perkins: We want you to be able to create epic races that you want to share with your friends because they took your breath away. Just like we do with time of day, skies and time lapse speed, we’re going to add lots of options for you to be able to adjust how the weather plays out in your challenges. We don’t want to just offer fixed settings for “rain” or “snow”, we want it to be dynamic and exciting. We’re still working on how best to present this to you and we’ll show more closer to launch.”

  • Guest

    Videos are gone because Sony knows that this game is going to fail hard next to The Crew and Forza Horizon 2. It doesn’t even work properly with all kinds of popular steering wheels. What a piece of cr*p.

    • Guest

      Yeah! What a piece of cr*p, no wheels, cr*p! And The Crew and FH2 (about to vomit). And Sony knows its going to fail, yeah!
      /s
      F-ing fanboys, are such a pathetic and hateful f*cks. Its sad, you can tell this guy is angry and cant stand it. MS fanboys are such pathetic bastards.

    • demfax

      Driveclub got great gameplay impressions at E3 2014, Gamescom 2014, and the recent beta test.

      There are tons of positive impressions of Driveclub’s gameplay readily available on the internet yet people keep spreading FUD and blind hate about it.

      As usual for a Playstation exclusive game, Driveclub is constantly targeted with lies, FUD, and blind hatred.

      Driveclub is channeling Project Gotham Racing, one of Xbox’s most beloved arcade racers. Those games didn’t have any customization beyond paint jobs and you know what? They were still amazing. It’s an arcade racer, different from sim racers, it doesn’t necessarily need fine tuning customizations. Not inherently better or worse.

      Closed and open world racers are different experiences, not inherently better or worse than one another.

      Weather is confirmed free in a patch soon after launch. It was demoed in-game to journalists at E3 2014 and demoed at Gamescom 2014, it’s basically finished.

      Framerate is confirmed locked at 30 and the game engine updates faster than the framerate for better controller response.

      Many next gen games were delayed not just Driveclub. Only blind fanboys single it out.

      The PS+ Version of Driveclub includes all game modes, the Platinum trophy, online play, 11 tracks, and 10 cars. It’s being offered free to PS+ users at launch. It’s more than “a demo”. Writing on the PlayStation Blog, manager Fred Dutton confirmed “DriveClub will be in addition to your regular PlayStation Plus allocation,” he elaborated in response to a fan.

      Driveclub PS+ Edition doesn’t take up a slot on October 2014 PS+ games, you still get two free PS4 games in addition to Driveclub.

      The PS+ Version of Driveclub includes all game modes, the Platinum trophy, online play, 11 tracks, and 10 cars. It’s being offered free to PS+ users at launch. It has far more features than a demo.

      Nobody is offering full retail AAA games on PS+ at launch. Is anyone else offering anything remotely approaching Driveclub PS+ Edition, basically giving away a good portion of the game? No, it’s unprecedented for an AAA retail game and a good thing.

      Driveclub beta tester impressions:

      “Gameplay really is fantastic. I’ve played a lot of racing games. From Burnout, PGR, Need For Speed series, Motorstorm, Gran Turismo, Forza (though not the Horizon series) and more. The car handling feels semi realistic, so a mix or realism and PGR style arcade, though I think it leans more towards realism. Plenty of content/events/challenges.

      Graphically it is the best racing game I’ve played (haven’t played PC racing games). At first I didn’t think it looked that great, but then you keep racing and it just hits you. It’s stunning, and just feels so rich. The environments just feel like they’ve had so much attention and it really brings the races to life. I haven’t really experienced this before, it’s just very dense. Motion blur is really well implemented, it doesn’t feel distracting at all.”

      Forza and Driveclub are both good racing games for different reasons, it’s only fanboys blindly hating one or the other.

      Project Cars has “up to 100 cars”, or about the same number as Driveclub.

      Interview with Project Cars devs. Maybe you should take their answer?

      “Ravi Sinha: How many cars and tracks are you planning to have in the final game? Do you have some biggies included?

      Andy Tudor: Journalists ? please stop asking this question! How many guns are there in Call of Duty: Ghosts compared to Battlefield 4? How many different enemy types are there in Dead Rising 3 compared to Ryse?

      Project CARS covers a wide range of motorsport types ? from karts to stock cars to everyday road cars to the kind of supercars you see on Top Gear, to GT, formula racers, and prototypes. So we aim to be close to a hundred cars to choose from across that huge variety but we never start a project with a mindset of “Let’s add as many as we can” since five variations of the same car don’t necessarily make a better game in our opinion.”

      Evo Studios is putting a ton of effort into each of their cars trying to recreate them accurately in modeling, paint layers, reflections, sound, etc.

      “How customisable will the weather be? Alex Perkins: We want you to be able to create epic races that you want to share with your friends because they took your breath away. Just like we do with time of day, skies and time lapse speed, we’re going to add lots of options for you to be able to adjust how the weather plays out in your challenges. We don’t want to just offer fixed settings for “rain” or “snow”, we want it to be dynamic and exciting. We’re still working on how best to present this to you and we’ll show more closer to launch.”

    • You are flat out wrong

      Zzzzzzz.

      Give it a rest, Xscum.

  • Martin

    Videos are deleted.