Driveclub for the PlayStation 4 launched last week, but those who purchased the game have only been able to access single player aspects of the PlayStation 4 exclusive racer. Due to server problems, Evolution Studios took many parts of the game offline, leaving players with only a shell of a game.
Another update for Driveclub will be arriving in the next 24 hours, and is said to improve server performance, clubs, and multiplayer functionality.
“Over the next 24 hours we are rolling out a new game update alongside server upgrades that will help to improve server performance, clubs and multiplayer functionality.
We are also running essential diagnostics periodically to help us continue to improve server performance, which may disrupt online play for you when you get connected. This will be kept to a
We’re glad that more of you are getting to play online but we are sorry that many players are still having a hard time getting connected. We are working around the clock to improve connectivity and will keep you informed as we continue to make progress,” reads a post on the game’s official Facebook page.
Expectedly, the natives are restless when it comes to Driveclub getting to a working state. Being that the game has been out for over a week and has extremely limited functionality, in the game’s highly advertised social and online features no less, are making purchasing the game a tough pill to swallow. Worse yet, those same paying customers could have opted for the free PS Plus version of the game, which has since been delayed due to the game’s horrible launch.