Driveclub, Driveclub VR, and Driveclub Bikes to be delisted from PlayStation Store on August 31

Online servers shutting down on March 31, 2020.


Sony Computer Entertainment will delist DriveclubDriveclub VR, and Driveclub Bikes from the PlayStation Store on August 31, 2019 and online servers for the game will shut down on March 31, 2020, the company announced. Additionally, online servers for StarBlood Arena will shut down on July 25, 2019.

Here are the details, via Sony:

DriveclubDriveclub VR, and Driveclub Bikes

Online servers for DriveclubDriveclub VR, and Driveclub Bikes will shut down on March 31, 2020 at 23:59 BST. All online features (including online multiplayer modes) will cease on that date. You will still be able to play and enjoy these games in single player offline modes. However, the games have significant amounts of online gameplay, so from March 31, 2020, functionality will be affected in the following ways:

You will not be able to:

  • Use your season pass online.
  • Represent your Club online in multiplayer events or tours.
  • Play online multiplayer and compete in challenges.
  • Create your own events.
  • Compete in leader boards, or share stats and player progress.

You will be able to:

  • Use your season pass on all single player and offline modes.
  • Continue to play all game (DriveclubDriveclub VR, and Driveclub Bikes) and DLC single player functionality in offline mode.
  • Earn trophies in single player / offline mode.

PlayStation will cease selling DriveclubDriveclub VR, and Driveclub Bikes and all DLC and season passes related to those games from August 31, 2019 at 23:59 BST.

StarBlood Arena

Multiplayer and all online features for StarBlood Arena will be terminated and will no longer be available on July 25, 2019. As you have to be online to play this title, this game will not be playable from that date.

Thanks, @Wario64.

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