After much teasing from Evolution, DriveClub's massive February update has been detailed in full – and it's arriving tomorrow.
The main highlight is the debut of six brand new city tracks available for free as part of the update. Evolution hinted at city tracks coming to DriveClub late last year, which caused a lot of speculation over which locations they would be set in.
The previously revealed Hardcore handling setting, which switches off all the assists to make for a more demanding driving experience, will also feature, along with yet more driver levels for seasoned drivers and some fancy photo mode options that let you with some of the artistic filters in-game.
This being DriveClub, things don't end there, oh no. The February update will also pave the way for some forthcoming DLC adding additional cars to the roster: the No Limits pack will add more tour events and trophies plus the Nissan Skyline GT-R R34 V-Spec II and Honda Civic Type-R, and the Suzuki pack will also add tour events, trophies and the Suzuki GSX-R1000 and Suzuki GSX-S1000 ABS for fans of DriveClub Bikes.
Looks like we're all still going to be playing DriveClub well into 2016 at this rate. Well done Evolution for creating one of the most compulsive racing games of the current-gen.
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