Guide: Getting the Most Out of DriveClub: PS Plus Edition

Push Square: "Over two years after it was originally promised, DriveClub: PS Plus Edition is finally on the starting grid, waiting for you to give it a spin. The watered down racer comes with all of the features and functionality from the main game for free, but is limited to just 15 cars and 13 tracks from the Indian location. Of course, if you're new to the PlayStation 4 exclusive you may be wondering where to get started. Fortunately, we've got some tips."

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slinky1234561212d ago (Edited 1212d ago )

Been playing it quite a bit today and it is pretty difficult for me. Now, I usually don't care for racing games that much, but I loved a few like GT5, and a few Need for Speeds, even the Crew was fun for me. Now I loved GT5 and it's learning curve, but it had a better introduction for players and actually taught you how to easily take control of the track with your vehicle. I learned right away in GT5 and got far in it, even though I am a terrible racing game player.

Now Driveclub sort of just puts you in and expects you to learn by losing. I've been playing all the modes available and I continue to just lose over and over and learn nothing from it. I try to remember the way GT taught me but that was a long time ago.

I understand the game not wanting to hold your hand, but it can be sort of necessary when starting out. It's very frustrating and off-putting for a trial of a game. Just makes me want to move on.