[Update] The game has now, quite bizarrely, been removed from the PSN.
[Update 2] The official DriveClub Facebook page has issued the following statement:
We’re preparing to launch DRIVECLUB PS+ Edition & will have news for you soon.
The Store update today with the DRIVECLUB PS+ Edition was premature. The servers aren’t ready yet, so it’s been removed while we get them ready. Apologies on their behalf for any confusion and inconvenience caused.
It’s been a long time coming but it’s finally happened: DriveClub PS Plus Edition has been released.
After months of delays, Evolution Studios’ trial version of DriveClub is now available via the PSN. To be honest, we never thought this day would come, but at least it’s finally here and available to download and play. More players can only be a good thing, right?
You’ll be able to race around on 13 of the India tracks as well as play online with friends and strangers. DriveClub PS Plus Edition also packs in 27 trophies, not too shabby, we say. Oh, one of the trophies is also a platinum, so that’s a nifty little bonus.
How much does it cost to upgrade to the full game? Well, that’s not too bad, either, as the cost for the full edition is only $25.
DriveClub PS Plus Edition is only available for North American players at the moment, but the EU should get the game sometime tomorrow during the weekly PSN update.
Will you be taking DriveClub PS Plus Edition for a whirl, or have you lost interest due to the perpetual delays?