Sony previously announced that as well as the standard version of DRIVECLUB, there will be a PlayStation Plus offering which has caused much confusion but today, the company has confirmed the difference between these two options.
For the PlayStation Plus version of DRIVECLUB, you will get one location set in India, 11 tracks, 10 cars, and all the game modes included. However, the full version will come with five locations, 55 tracks, 50 tour events, and 50 cars and you can upgrade for $49.99. The negative aspect of this $49.99 deal, on the other hand, is that the game will be inaccessible if your PlayStation Plus subscription goes away.
There will be a new video tomorrow which explains the “Clubs” and how it will, according to Sony, “be crucial to making DRIVECLUB distinctly different.” Sony will also give more information on DRIVECLUB’s challenges and “how they’ll make the game infinitely more networked and fun to play in your Club.” As for the actual release of the game, it will be releasing on October 7th 2014 in retail shelves and the PlayStation Store.
Source: PlayStation Blog