DRIVECLUB User Reviews
DRIVECLUB is all about you and your friends. It's about teamwork; it's about everyone fighting for one another and earning rewards together – and most importantly it's about sharing in the sheer thrill of every race.
It permanently connects you and your friends, always allowing you to share your experiences, send and receive challenges, and keep up to speed with your team's performance.
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The car's models have been modelled to ridiculous amounts of detail: in fact, one model got rejected because it had a screw on the wrong position!
Clicking the right side of the touchpad (R3 for wheel users) enters you in Photo Mode, where you can use the in-game camera like a DSLR one to set aperture, focal distance, frames, bokeh type or an array of filters such as Action, Blockbuster, Driveclub, Ink or Last gen. To take pictures you must hide the UI and press the Share button, as many other games have done.
Some cars that never went into production, such as the Renault Twin'run don't have windshields, which becomes a problem while playing on weather (unless you change the camera view)
when playing on dark environments and heavy weather, it's difficult, if not impossible, to see the track beyond your headlights. From time to time, a thunder will strike on the track, revealing a small chunk of the next few meters.
There's a race event in Torque tour pack named Choose Your Poison, and your car selection is limited between Hennessey Venom GT and Lamborghini Veneno. It's worth to mention that the name Veneno is Spanish for poison.
The obsession of detail on this game is insane: each environment has its own fauna and flora; clouds, weather and damage are procedurally generated, developers have tried to replicate most of the features of their cars and they even used data from the NASA to map the night sky