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Driveclub Updated With Scottish Track, No Limits DLC Detailed

North of the border

Driveclub is getting another DLC pack called ‘No Limits’ on February 23rd and it features six Tour events, five PSN Trophies, and two new cars, the Honda Civic Type-R and theNissan Skyline GT-R R34 V-Spec II. It will set you back £2.99  / $3.49  / €3.59.

The game will also be getting a free update tomorrow which brings six new “Scotland – Old Town” tracks, Hardcore handling, new Elite, Driver & Club Levels  and “many more improvements based on your feedback.”

Here are the full patch notes:

  • The newest track “Scotland – Old Town” is here, offering 6 track variants to play across all DRIVECLUB & DRIVECLUB BIKES game modes.
  • A new “Hardcore Handling” option is now available, turning off traction control, stability control & other assists. Enable this in Gameplay Settings for a more realistic driving experience.
  • Multiplayer Private lobbies have a new ‘Photo mode’ setting to help you choreograph photos and videos with friends. This disables ghosting, wrong way timers and automated reset to track scenarios.
  • Photo mode screen filters can now be enabled outside of photo mode, while you race.
  • Photo mode now offers extended Zoom and Exposure settings, plus all settings persist between photo captures during an event
  • Replays have a new option to toggle player tags on and off at any time during the replay when you use the L1 Button.
  • The Dynamic Precipitation option has been improved to reduce the likelihood of persistent rain.
  • 10 new Elite Levels have been added (new cap is 35).
  • 10 new Driver Levels have been added (new cap is 95) with new livery rewards to unlock along the way.
  • 25 new Club Levels have been added (new cap is 85) with new livery rewards to unlock along the way.
  • The loading screen for DRIVECLUB and DRIVECLUB BIKES now show off 2 awesome new #PS4share community photos.
  • Fixed the ‘Weekend Warrior’ Trophy for DRIVECLUB BIKES. Ranking up the KTM 1290 Super Duke R to Bike Level 15 is now no longer a requirement. » Includes general improvements for game performance, stability and usability.

Source: Facebook

  1. Avenger
    Since: Oct 2012

    Racing without assists, yummy.

    Comment posted on 10/02/2016 at 16:08.
    • blast71
      Since: May 2012

      You wouldn’t be able to handle it, amateur ;)

      Comment posted on 10/02/2016 at 21:55.
      • Avenger
        Since: Oct 2012

        Oh ok, an amateur am I? Just you wait until the day of reckoning, when prophesy is fulfilled and I’ve decimated all your lap times :P

        Comment posted on 10/02/2016 at 22:59.
    • blast71
      Since: May 2012

      All I can say is that there are 2 chances of that happening, 1 is slim-chance and the other is no-chance. In other words you’ve got 2 hopes, 1 is no-hope and the other is Bob Hope ;p

      Comment posted on 11/02/2016 at 00:41.
  2. ron_mcphatty
    Since: Sep 2008

    Wow! Some might charge a small fortune for all that and we’re getting some of it for free and the rest for £3? Evolution, please charge more if you need to, you’re spoiling us!

    Comment posted on 10/02/2016 at 16:40.
  3. TSBonyman
    Since: Dec 2009

    New track(s), photomode enhancements and driving filters? – yes please and thanks very much!

    Comment posted on 10/02/2016 at 16:55.
  4. camdaz
    Since: May 2009

    I haven’t played it for a while, will have to dust off the disc and give it a go.

    £3 for the DLC is quite reasonable, I think it was more than that for one car for Seb Loeb’s rally game.

    Comment posted on 10/02/2016 at 17:56.
  5. MrYd
    Since: Mar 2011

    The update is live and I’m mildly disappointed by the new tracks. There’s only 3 (I’m not counting the reverse versions they did to make it up to 6), and they’re just slightly different versions of the same short lap around some town in Scotland. About a mile or 2 each lap. With some vicious corners.

    On the other hand, you can knock over wheelie bins. So that’s good.

    But hardcore mode is really no fun at all.

    Also, the option to race with the photo mode filters is a bit hidden. You have to start a race, start photo mode, go into the photo options there (the square button menu), set the filter, then leave photo mode and you get a 3rd option in that menu to carry on racing with the filters on. Not entirely sure how helpful the “night vision” filter is for racing in the dark, but everyone’s going to try it, aren’t they? ;)

    Comment posted on 11/02/2016 at 12:15.