DriveClub Patch 1.10 Brings Multiplayer Time Trial & A Host Of Gameplay Changes
Evolution Studios has started rolling out another patch for its Playstation 4 exclusive racer, DriveClub.
Coming in as version 1.10, the 3.33 GB patch introduces a new online game mode dubbed Multiplayer Time Trial, five new race tracks within Japan (containing a total of 11 variants), and a host of stability fixes and improvements.
Following the patch, players will notice a change in AI’s drafting manner which supposedly will reduce CPU cars’ rubber-banding effect and collisions while driving on a straight road will not have a drastic impact on car’s speed.
Additionally, several changes made to Photomode, the ability to remove crowd, and other minor gameplay changes are also a part of the said patch. Following is a quick rundown of all changes brought by patch 1.10:
- Adds a new online game mode: Multiplayer Time Trial
- Adds five new tracks in Japan, offering 11 variants in total:
- Nakasendo, Japan (2 variants)
- Lake Shoji, Japan (2 variants)
- Asagiri Hills Racetrack (3 variants)
- Takahagi Hills (2 variants)
- Goshodaira (2 variants)
- Improvements to the weather visuals, including rainbows and heat haze
- Makes changes to Drift Mode, to prevent backing up to score more points
- Makes changes to AI drafting behavior
- Makes changes to the impact of world collisions whilst driving on a straight, to reduce the amount of drag and speed lost from impact
- Adds a new option to Event Settings to race without crowd, track infrastructure and corner flags
- Adds the option to browse and register for Multiplayer events via the Social Hub
- Windscreen wiper speeds have been changed
- A bug causing AI car wing mirrors to show a false reflection has now been fixed
- Disables overscan compensation when playing via Remote Play
- Adds a link to the PlayStation®Store to the DRIVECLUB Home menu
- Also includes a number of minor bug fixes, performance improvements and usability tweaks
- Adds the option to reset damage and remove dirt when taking a photo
- Adds the option to permanently hide camera movement controls when accessing Photo Mode
- Players can now access Photo Mode while using a steering wheel via R3
- Players can now move the camera while OSD is disabled in photo mode
Last but not the least, patch 1.10 also prepares the game for upcoming add-ons which are scheduled to roll out from January 27 to January 29. Check out the official patch notes linked above for more details!
In related DriveClub news, Evolution Studios has shared a new video detailing the upcoming race track dubbed Goshodaira in Japan and McLaren 650S.