Evolution Studios to Support Driveclub With Nearly a Year of Free and Paid DLC

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Oh hey. How’s it going? Well you know. Another day, another announcement involving DLC and a season pass. Same old, same old.

This time the DLC news is for Driveclub, the exclusive PS4 racing game, from MotorStorm developer Evolution Studios, that’s scheduled to launch on October 7th. Like every other game coming out these days, Driveclub will offer a season pass consisting of $75 worth of post-launch DLC for only $24.99. The season pass will cover all add-on content released between November 2014 and June 2015, including a total of 38 additional cars, 176 new tour events, and 80 liveries, plus new Trophies to earn.

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From launch in October through June 2015, Evolution will also add free monthly content to the game for all players, including a total of 9 new cars and 11 new tracks, no season pass or any other form of payment required. Additionally, the game will continue to evolve after its release through free feature updates and improvements based on feedback from the community. Updates that are already in the works include a photo mode as well as a dynamic weather system players will be able to control for each race much like the time of day system that has already been built into the game.

The first free DLC to be released right after launch will be the Mercedes-AMG GT sports car seen in the two screenshots on this page.

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Source: DRIVECLUB: Free DLC Schedule Detailed [PlayStation.Blog]

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