The final update for the game DriveClub will introduce 15 new urban race tracks. Game studio Evolution Studios was closed earlier this year and as a result the game will no longer be getting updates.
The free update that comes in at 5.75 GB adds 15 new race tracks set in the urban loations which debuted in DriveClub VR, plus a variety of reverse tracks of Gujo in Japan, Ashii in India, Iquique in Chile, Port of Vancouver in Canada and Bryggen in Norway.
Aside from the new tracks the changelog text of the update also features the last message of the game's developer: "Thanks for your support. Thanks for your commitment. Farewell.".
It is rare to see a game receiving a free content update months after the game's developer closed its doors. The update seems to be the final update for the game, indicating that the announced PlayStation 4 Pro update that was announced earlier this year will most likely never be released. The update was supposed to introduce gameplay at 60 frames per second.
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