DRIVECLUB was originally planned as a launch window title for the PlayStation 4, and it was definitely one of the few games that really interested a large portion of gamers. However, since then it has been delayed at least a couple of times, and it's left a lot of us a little bit disappointed.
Luckily Sony never gave up on the project though, and finally we now have details on the final release date for DRIVECLUB. In a new trailer, the gorgeous world of DRIVECLUB is shown off to viewers, and the release date for the title is then revealed near the end of the video.
Sony and Evolution Studios revealed in the new trailer that DRIVECLUB will be released on October 8th, and this time round it sounds like they are actually going to stick to that date.
After DRIVECLUB was first pushed back, Sony revealed that the game should have been released in early 2014, but that date was then cancelled again. The October 8th date is the first official date revealed after that point, so it's likely Sony and Evolution Studios have everything set on track for that date.
Shuhei Yoshida revealed a bit of information on the PlayStation blog about the big DRIVECLUB delays, stating that "We planned for the game to be ready for early 2014 and are committed to delivering on our ambitious promise of creating a truly innovative, socially connected racing game. The problem with being ambitious is you have to be prepared to accept there will be challenges along the way. What DRIVECLUB offers has not been previously achieved in this category, and, because of this, the team needed more time to give you the game you're waiting for."
Are you looking forward to DRIVECLUB now that we have a final official release date?