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The absence of PS Plus game free play list in October, explained by the developer

The absence of PS Plus game free play list in October

Sorry, fans of racing games and PlayStation Plus subscribers, the promised test version of Evolution Study "Driveclub" did not put up with the rest of the free games this week.

According to Game Informer, "Driveclub" was released in the USA October 7, but unfortunately it came at a bad start.

Players who have downloaded the game complained that they were having connection problems online. The developer addressed the problem immediately, advising players to avoid elimination after reinstalling the game. Evolution Studios promised to investigate the issue of server informed and assured the players who are already doing their best to solve the problem.

This dilemma affects the release of the free trial version of the game in PlayStation Plus. Subscribers are waiting to download the game this October with other free titles as "Dust: An Elysian Tail" and "Spelunky" for PlayStation 4.

The developer issued a lengthy statement to explain the absence of the game in the list of free games this month PS Plus.

The statement reads:


Plus PS To our fans, we felt they are having to wait longer to play, but want to ensure that when you come on board, the best experience is obtained. Rest assured, if you have pre-ordered the full game update PS Plus Edition, you will still receive the full version of DRIVECLUB digitally, and if you can not get online you will be able to start working as a whole more with the world offline single player mode as you DRIVECLUB tour begins. You will still be able to gain fame, unlock cars and get to grips with all the options to play and create their own events and challenges - and everything you do will be synchronized with the server when you get connected, so you can set-up one plenty of challenges to send to friends as soon as you are able to join together online.

We fully appreciate how frustrating it is for everyone. We want you to get online with your club for racing, challenging, and fun together is what the game is about. We know that racing online with friends is what you've been waiting for and is doing everything possible to provide that experience for you as soon as possible.

Driveclub received mixed reviews after its release exclusively for PlayStation 4 earlier this month. The Independent said that the game offers beautiful scenery along the way, but the race itself lacks challenge. The report also said that it is quite easy to win the game, as long as the players know how to hit the right buttons at the right time.

Other reviews have mentioned that Evolution Studios did not keep his promise to create a revolutionary racing game that the players had never experienced before. It seems to disappoint a number of fans with how the game was highly anticipated.

For those who do not have PlayStation Plus, but still want to buy "DriveClub" which has a standard price of $ 59.99.

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