Sony announces that it will withdraw August DriveClub from PlayStation Store

Sony announces that it will withdraw August DriveClub from PlayStation Store

Sony announced to remove DriveClub from PlayStation Store next August 31st.

This includes the basic game, all its additional downloadable content and also DriveClub Bikes and DriveClub VR. Users who purchased it before this date can still get it from the library.

In addition, the Japanese company will close servers on March 31 next year for online functions. When it comes to multiplayer races as well as challenges, as well as events, classification tables and clubs will stop working.

DriveClub was published in October 2014 and surrounded the shops by politics, without any features and with numerous connectivity issues in online modes. However, the developers of Evolution Studios did not throw in the towel and in the following months they publish numerous patches and additional content until it became the racing game in one of the best genres on PlayStation 4.

In addition to DriveClub, Sony also confirmed the closing of StarBlood Arena’s online servers on July 25, 2019.

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