Driveclub PlayStation Plus Upgrade Option Causes Widespread Rage Between Fans; Director Investigates

Today Sony Computer Entertainment Product Manager Chris Brown posted on the PlayStation Blog detailing the upgrade option for the PlayStation Plus version, and specifying both in the post and in the comments that if your subscription expires you’ll lose access to the game, including the upgrade which costs $50.

This caused widespread rage between the fans in basically every discussion environment dedicated to the game, but not all hope is lost, as the Game Director promised to investigate on the issue.

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1536d ago Replies(12)
Kayant1536d ago

None needed. It is clear what they are doing here. They have spent time making a video that would have taken a good while to make with all it's graphics, sounds, transitions etc.

What needs to be done is a 180 and offer it as a PS+ discount for full access to the digital version or kill the offer.

Abriael1536d ago

If that's the case I seriously hope Rushy will manage them to do a 180. From his response it definitely seems that he wasn't aware of it.

Kayant1536d ago (Edited 1536d ago )

This shit is seriously bad.... Look at this here -->

It went from "When you upgrade from the PS+ Edition you get the full digital edition which doesn't require a PS+ subscription." to " When you upgrade from the PS+ Edition you get the full digital edition content" - Edited 28 Feb 2014

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More evident their plans completely changed-

AceBlazer131536d ago

Yh that's a really shitty deal there. I was wondering if it was just poor wording or something. Digital non PlayStation+ edition for me.

imt5581536d ago

On GAF, they start the petition.

At least something happening

malokevi1536d ago (Edited 1536d ago )

That cant be right. It would make sense if they charge you extra if you decide to opt out of PS+.

Doesn't effect me, anyways. I cant see myself opting out of PS+ until the PS4 becomes obsolete. So I'll take the PS+ version and run.