DRIVECLUB pricing explained


Many racing simulator fans have been patiently waiting for the PlayStation 4 experience, although it’s not going to be Gran Turismo, DRIVECLUB is the next best thing.

UPDATE: Sony has flip-flopped on PS+’s pricing plan. If you’re a PS+ member and decide to upgrade DRIVECLUB for $50, you will now be able to KEEP the full version of DRIVECLUB when your PS+ membership expires.

Before you are quick to make a decision, stop to think of which version of the game you want! Sony just published a video explaining all of the methods on how you’ll be able to race.

So let’s break this down:
The demo of the game gets you a few tracks and cars (limited)

If you’re a PlayStation+ member, you will also get the demo, but you’ll also get some extra tracks and cars.

The traditional method grants you a bonus, if you pre-order of course. Buy the full game directly from any retailer for $60. The next-gen method of buying it digitally is also an option at the same price.

Now for the upsetting portion of it all. If you are a PlayStation+ member, you are given the option to Upgrade your game for $50. An entire $10 savings! But this is linked to your PS+ account which means whenever you cut that out, there goes your game with it as well.

Bottom line, just spend the extra $10 and do it digitally!

Oz plays Rocket League and is very bad at it, but at least he tries. As long as there are games to talk about, he's in his happy place.

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