Driveclub trailers explain clubs and challenges [Update]

Form a club, build your reputation, and create challenges.


Sony has released two new trailers for Driveclub, its upcoming racer from Evolutiono Studios, detailing the game’s clubs and challenges features.


Choose your club name, colors, logo, and liveries, and race with your friends. Everything you do helps them and everything they do helps you. Achieving goals means earning accolades to build your reputation. Every moment contributes to achieving an accolade. The more members you have in your club, the quicker you’ll get to those accolades. And because club accolades are shared, everyone benefits.


Challenges give you the opportunity to earn fame and glory for your club. Driveclub records performance data of all your competition. When you nail any individual section better than any other racer, you’ll earn fame for your club. Players can create and send out their own challenges, choosing race type, location, track, time of day, time lapse speed, weather, crowd size, and the car you want everyone to race with.

Driveclub will launch for PlayStation 4 on October 7 in North America and October 8 in Europe.

Update: IGN also published two new gameplay videos.

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