Taking up roughly 15GB for the game, all of the DriveClub updates add another 10.57GB. You’ll need to download those updates in order to play online, but don’t forget that online functionality for the PS+ Edition will see a staggered release so Sony can ensure “that all game systems are running smoothly.”
Here’s the details on the PS+ Edition:
- Every DriveClub feature: from online multiplayer matches and challenges, to offline solo racing, Tour events, customization, replays, Photo Mode and more.
- The option to create your own races with full control over the time of day and the weather.
- Access to all 13 tracks in India, one of six locations in DriveClub.
- 15 cars for your garage.
- A full set of 27 PlayStation trophies, including the precious Platinum.
If you spend $24.99 USD/$27.49 CAD to upgrade to the full version of DriveClub, you’ll then receive “an extra 40+ cars, 65 tracks and a vast single player campaign.” As well, you’ll be able to take advantage of all the free DLC in North America and Europe.
Addressing the fact that the PS+ Edition is said to be trial on the PlayStation Store, the DriveClub Twitter account said “it’s permanent.” As for Trophies, they added, “Yes you can earn Platinum. Trophy progress continues seamlessly if you enjoy the game and wish to upgrade, too.”
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DriveClub PlayStation Plus Edition Now Available to Download in North America and Europe