DriveClub Turbocharged Expansion Pack speeds onto PSN - Team VVV

News DriveClub Turbocharged Expansion Pack speeds onto PSN


Martin Bigg


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Game: Drive Club

Platform: PS4

Publisher: Sony Interactive Entertainment

Release Date: 07/10/2014

Evolution certainly loves to keep us busy, as another truckload of new content has been unleashed into DriveClub, courtesy of the Turbocharged Expansion Pack now available to download on PSN. 

Five new turbocharged cars have been added including the legendary Ferrari F40, with screenshots provided by Evolution:


Ferrari F40

Chevrolet Camaro ZL1

Dodge Charger SRT8


Jaguar XKR-S Coupé

Volkswagen Design Vision GTI 

All in all, it's a typically ecclectic offering from Evolution, from hot hatches and burly muscle cars, to iconic supercars.

The Turbocharged Expansion Pack also includes an additional Turbocharged Tour with 11 new events designed to flaunt the included cars, along with 5 new trophies for obsessive completists. Season pass holders can download it now for free, or it can be bought separately for £4.99.

Meanwhile, the LaFerrari, which was released as a surprise free gift to faithful Ferrari drivers who reached accolade rank 5, has been made available to buy separately for £2.99 for those who don't want to grind up.

Then there's this month's free car: the Automobili Concept_One, a two seater, electric sports car manufactured by Croatian company Rimac. As usual, Evolution are on fine form in delivering cars you wouldn't expect to see in a racing game.

There's also an additional tour for you to tackle. Available for £1.49, the Evolution tour is particularly challenging, containing 11 new events challenging you to beat records set by the developers at Evolution. The additional tours released so far have already been very challenging, so this one should be interesting – think of it like a hardcore mode. In contrast, the Startline tour does the exact opposite, with another 11 events designed to ease newcomers into DriveClub gently. It was said to be part of April's update, but it doesn't appear to be on the PSN as of yet.

Plenty to keep DriveClub devotees occupied, then. What do you make of this month's update? Which car are you enjoying driving the most? Let us know in the comments below.

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