Evolution Studios has released patch 1.03 for Driveclub, in an ongoing effort to bring the game to full functionality. There’s still a bit of a way to go before Driveclub can be said to be working 100%, and this patch goes a little towards improving the game experience. However, there are still problems and until those are addressed we likely won’t see the PS Plus Edition of Drivclub being released.
The patch notes are as follows.
- Implements several game-side fixes to reduce server load.
- Fixes and Issue that may cause Clubs to become corrupted.
- Fixes out of memory crashes due to multiple large avatars in the friends’ list.
- Fixes occasional game-side crashes when uploading large amounts of progress data.
Over the weekend the question of compensation for early adopters has been asked by people who have bought the game, and Paul Rustchynsky responded to one such query over Twitter.
@pauldshelley We’re considering all of our options right now.
— Paul Rustchynsky (@Rushy33) October 12, 2014
Of course we don’t know if compensation will be offered to purchasers, or what they would entail though probably some extra cars. Hopefully we’ll soon be able to bring you news that the game is working, and the PS Plus edition is up.