2 new Driveclub PS4 bundles announced
Sony has revealed two additional bundles for the PlayStation 4, this time including the publisher’s upcoming gorgeous racing title – Driveclub – in addition to various other goodies. It’s important to note that these bundles will only be available in Europe, and only starting October 8th (that’s when the game launches on the continent). First up is the Glacier White PS4 bundle (seen above), which includes the game, a Glacier White PlayStation 4 console, and an equally white Dualshock 4 controller. Said package will set you back €439.99. The second one (seen below) is called the PS4 Gamer Edition bundle (costing you €499.99), and includes Driveclub, a black PlayStation 4, two black Dualshock 4 controllers, and a black PlayStation camera.
The White edition will be available for purchasing in Belgium, The Netherlands, Luxemburg, Czech, Hungary, Cyprus, UK, France, Germany, Greece, Israel, Portugal, Norway, and Spain, while the Black one in Belgium, The Netherlands, Luxemburg, Ireland, UK, Germany, Austria, and Switzerland.
Last week, Driveclub’s developer – Evolution Studios – had revealed the game’s schedule for future updates, both free and paid. Among the free content stands a new weather system and a photo mode, in addition to 11 new tracks with 23 routes (which include an entirely new location). For those wanting to spend a little cash, Evolution Studios has planned a full calendar of new releases, which starts this November and ends in June, 2015. Said calendar will allow you to purchase new car packs (38 cars/eight packs, to be more precise), in addition to new campaign-tour expansions. Of course, new challenges and Trophies are also in. Driveclub will also feature a Season Pass available for $24.99, and purchasing one will save you a whooping 60% on the cost of purchasing these packs individually, as the total value of them will be around $75.84.
Driveclub launches on October 7th in North America and October 8th in Europe, exclusively on the PlayStation 4. Customers can either pay for it upfront, or get the PlayStation Plus version free-of-charge.