Driveclub update adds private lobbies, new level cap, and more
Evolution Studios has released an update for Driveclub that finally makes it possible to take part in private lobbies, raises the Club Level cap, and more.
Driveclub has received an update today that will allow players to take part in private lobbies, raises its level cap, and more.
The first of two November updates introduces private lobbies to the Multiplayer section of Driveclub, which allows players to take part in custom games with their friends. Private lobbies offer a wide-variety of customizable options and modifiers, which includes Grid Position, Penalties, Vehicle Collisions, Camera Perspective, and more.
Today’s update also offers a number of improvements, such as increasing the Club Level cap to 55, the addition of ELITE Driver levels 76-80, an in-game store to better find add-ons, two new Sprint tracks, adjustable Braking Assist, and the use of a steering wheel for Driveclub Bikes. There’s also been some general improvements for game performance, stability, and usability.
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