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SCEA, Evolution Studios
Oct 6, 2014 - PlayStation 4, PlayStation 5

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6 / 10
7.9 / 10
4.5 / 5
Metro GameCentral
5 / 10
Game Informer
7.8 / 10
5 / 10
5 / 10
Giant Bomb
2 / 5

Driveclub Review Summary

FairCritic Consensus

Driveclub certainly has many technical and design issues that may not make it worth a full purchase. However, its core gameplay is agreed to be quite good so it may be worth grabbing for a reduced price

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Critic Reviews for Driveclub

What we're left with is a flimsy framework - a sort of clothes horse for content - rather than a truly great racing game. DriveClub is patently intended to attract a global, interconnected audience of fiercely competitive racers but, to quote the increasingly obscure 1989 Kevin Costner film Field of Dreams: if you build it, they will come. And, unfortunately, Evolution hasn't quite built it.

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7.9 / 10.0

Fast, beautiful, and accessible, but a more modest, conventional arcade racer than its sprawling, open-world peers.

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Many small tweaks, amazing weather and phenomenal photo mode have turned Driveclub into PS4's best racer. At times breathtaking and always involving, it'll keep you coming back for more.

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A game that should probably have been cancelled rather than delayed, with its complete absence of personality or new ideas.

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DriveClub doesn't revolutionize online play, but offers solid driving and just enough features to keep it engaging

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DriveClub isn't a huge leap forward but has smart ideas in its multiplayer

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Driveclub is a solid, basic racing game with lots of tracks, lots of cars, and very little in the way of personality.

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Driveclub looks nice and has a couple of good ideas about handling leaderboard challenges, but the core of it--actually driving a car--drags the entire thing down.

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