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Driveclub Goes Gold, Will Have an Install Size of Just 17GB
It has been revealed that the upcoming PlayStation 4 exclusive racer Driveclub has gone gold ahead of its release date. Posting about it on Twitter, Evolution Studios director Paul Rustchynsky said that the final version features an install size of just 17 GB.
That’s a pretty measly figure considering the amount of work having been done on the game. Rustchynsky’s comment gave us the impression that he was very happy with how they have managed to compress the game down to just 17 GB, and he should be too.
Responding to a fan, he confirmed that the loading times in the game are pretty awesome. In fact, he said that the longest loading time on an average is just about 10 seconds on a stock HDD.
Driveclub will officially release on October 7 for the PlayStation 4. A couple of days ago, the developer announced that DriveClub would be getting a lot of free content, including tracks and cars right from the game’s release next month until June 2015.
The incentive was decided to help ensure the community does not get too bored with the game and stick to it over the course of the months. The game already boasts 55 routes and 25 tracks, but more free tracks and maps will be added post-launch.
The developer didn’t drop any hints on to what kind of terrains can be expected. The developer though did reveal that it plans to add one free car every month from October until June 2015.