DriveClub Bikes launched at Paris Games Week, available in either standalone or expansion

Article by Christian A., on October 28, 2015

A new trailer of the standalone superbike racing version of DRIVECLUB was recently shown at the Paris Games Week. Its release caught many fans by surprise as DRIVECLUB had kept the planning under wraps while development continued in the past year.

This standalone expansion by Evolution is fuelled by the excitement of superbike racing. The developers aimed to make it as fun as possible while still keeping a level of realness and control that fans have come to expect of the company.

The game offers a totally new racing experience from its high-performance superbikes with their amazing speed and agility. The thrill consumes the player who can ride the superbike online or offline.

Players get to choose from the top 12 best superbikes in the world, built by the biggest producers such as Honda, Yamaha, Kawasaki, Ducati, BMW, and more.

It comes with a Full BIKES Tour campaign, which consists of a new game mode and plenty of other events that will reel in the player and will surely enhance the required skills in controlling the superbike with every challenge. The player will be tested on the bike’s speed and agility as obstacles are overcome.

There’s no limit on what can be achieved in the different stages. Any player will love being able to personalize the events and getting the chance to modify the weather conditions, the track and its mode. Racing with multiple players means one gets to hone overtaking abilities in extremely tricky situations.

It will be highly satisfying to personalize the rider as well as the bikes with the wide array of paint jobs, helmets, and leathers. Players will also feel the exhilaration of getting new rewards, challenges, and even more opportunities for customization.

There’s no running out of ways to getting any of the trophies unlocked. In fact, it probably holds the record of being the game with the most number of trophies to hunt down.

As a standalone game, DRIVECLUB BIKES can be bought from the PlayStation Store for £15.99/€19.99.

But if you’ve already signed up as a DRIVECLUB member, a discount is given and you only have to shell out £11.99/€14.99 for the game. So get on your DRIVECLUB BIKES and share with everyone how much fun you’re having via the #PS4share Photo Mode pics.

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