31st October 2016
Talked to Sony. It seems that DriveClub VR doesn't support Move controllers for now. They might release some update later for supporting Move controllers. Someone wanna buy my PSVR? Not going to use it anymore if DriveClub VR is not working.
29th July 2016
Sony under fire for delisting Driveclub a day before it said it would
Driveclub servers will shut down in March 2020
DLC will be available until 31st August.
FeatureHow the developers of Driveclub survived the end of Evolution
'It wasn't a shock at the end of the day.'
Digital FoundryDriveClub vs DriveClub VR: the costs and benefits of virtual reality
Double the frame-rate and VR-enabled, Digital Foundry examines PSVR's most ambitious port.
DriveClub's final update is also its most generous
15 new tracks come in free download.
PlayStation VR demo disc contains eight games
Driveclub! RIGS! Battlezone! Eve!
Digital FoundryDigital Foundry: Hands-on with DriveClub VR
The most immersive VR racing game yet?
DriveClub VR confirmed for PlayStation VR launch
New tracks confirmed for Evolution Studio's posthumous release.
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If only 1 I’d get Driveclub. But since it’s been on sale for $9.99 I’d go for that and Dirt. Both of those together will get your racing fix in.Driveclub was one of my most played games until Skyrim released. It got wayyyy too much ridicule when it launched alongside PSVR. But it holds up really well and honestly would have been received much better if it came out sometime this year.Edit: Don’t bother with Gran Turismo Sport. They didn’t give the VR mode any thought. To say it’s a PSVR game would be a joke to the community here.
It might be a good idea on sale and to only supplement Driveclub/Dirt. The sticking the head out the window thing was just a little annoyance as I would like to do that while I drifted and just mess about looking at the floor as I drive an such, I wouldn't base that as a reason to return a game and as I said I never have before.It was the actual feel of the driving which was what let me down. I have the g29 ff wheel so it's not an issue with that.Maybe I just haven't played it enough or not got to use a fun car to drive yet but my impression was not bullshit and an honest opinion that what I played just felt void of any enjoyment.
I was literally sat there straight faced which is quite an achievement in VR.Still I'll give it another go in the hopes maybe it feels better but if not then yeah I'll definitely try to refund it. I can only speak about Dirt and Driveclub. Both gave me hundrends of hours of fun. They are both great at what they set out to be. Driveclub is fast, on the arcade side, intense races. Dirt is difficult, but in an addictive way if you enjoy a challenge. Little by little you improve and it feels great.
So it depends on what kind of experience you're in a mood for.On a personal side I prefer Dirt if only because going sideways on a dirt road (once you master it) is just so much more enjoyable to me. But to each their own, both are excellent driving games. DiRT has the best physics and offers all race modes in VR. The menus and replays are just a cinematic screen.
The track details are pretty crisp, but they do only render the front half of the vehicle to save on resources. Driveclub is a great game with the most VR features. The physics are a tad Arcady and the clarity is a bit blurry even on a Pro, but it offers more VR than either of the other 2 games. (Including full VR replays from the passenger’s seat which is one of my favorite features). GT sport has sharp graphics but has bar none the most limited VR offering of the 3. You can only race against one other opponent in a limited number of tracks and the ai is set to super easy.
My vote goes to DiRT second vote goes to Driveclub. I rented GT from Redbox and was disappointed enoiugh that I won’t be buying it. In this order: Driveclub, Dirt,GTS.Driveclub is amazing, it offers full game (except some cars that were DLC) up to 8 cars racing offline or online.I still cannot believe how EvolutionStudios managed to make such a gem and PDi couldn't top that with GTS.Dirt is full rally game converted to VR done wellGTS - well, I'm a fan of GT but in VR there's unfortunately nothing much to do, but 1 on 1 cca. 4 minutes racing with AI on 'beginers' and no option to change anything (difficulty, number of laps, number of AI, seat position.
It looks good (and driving down Nordschleife is wonderfull experience),but not that better than DC or Dirt and in the end, it simply lack any serious content.If you buying GTS solely for VR you'll be much dissapointed, since this 'VR compatible' marketing phrase is there just to tick the box and take care someone doesn't sue SONY for marketing GTS on a box of a VR sets. What kind of racing games do you like?Driveclub is more arcadey, like between Need for Speed and Gran Turismo. Not super serious, but not a 'never release the gas' kinda game either.Dirt Rally is pretty much a sim, but is definitely forgiving as far as damage goes (you can hit a tree at 80mph and be fine).
It's as much a survival game as racing game, because it's challenging and really exciting, like you're on the edge of control.I would say get both eventually. Dirt first if you like a challenge and more excitement. Driveclub first if you want something more relaxed or traditional.Don't by GT Sport for VR. It's basically a small mode, and you're going to need to play most of the game outside of VR to get your money's worth. Driveclub is the best racer imo.
Dont expect too much of the multiplayer since most of the time you cannot find other ppl playing. The other thing i like about driveclub is that you can use the ds4 as a steering wheel by using the gyroscope of the ds4. That is not possible in dirt rally. I think a racing game with a thumbstick is just so lame knowing there is a gyroscope in the controller. Mostly i sit on my couch playing psvr and dont have much options to attach my steering wheel which i use on my pc behind the desk. Dirt rally is also a bit overrated imo.
The gfx are more towards a ps2 game where driveclub is more like a ps3 game with lighting fx being pretty ok. Gt sports i dont have, just waiting till they bring a patch where the vr part is expanded with at least a timetrial and not have to play the 2d mode to unlock things to play in vr.
And they should bring a difficulty setting for that opponent which drives like a granny atm. Though i hardly can’t wait to drive at interlagos in vr;).