Here's what's new in the latest DriveClub update


There’s new DLC packs, too

Two further DLC packs are headed to DriveClub next week.

The first pack – The Horsepower Expansion Pack – will drop on Tuesday, July 28 and includes 11 new events, five new cars and five new trophies. It includes theFerrari LaFerrari FXX K, Nissan GT-R NISMO, McLaren P1 GTR, Renault Mégane R.S. 275 Trophy-R, and Ferrari FXX Evoluzione.

You can pick this content up as part of the Season Pass or purchase it for £5.

Dropping at the same time is the UniteInSpeed Tour Pack, which offers an extra 11 events and five new trophies, although we don’t yet know how much this one will set you back if you don’t have the Season Pass.

PSA: this will be the last set of content available as part of the current Season Pass.

And that’s not all. From today, a new 0.5GB update addressing a series of tweaks and revisions rolls out. According to the DriveClubFacebookpage, the patchboasts news Elite Driver Levels for L60+ racers and new Random Event options.Club Challenges will now show all Club Members participating and individual leaderboard positions, there’s newfilters and frames for Photo Mode and aNew Garage option helps to filter the vehicles in your garage.

“As always it’s your feedback is at the heart of everything we’re adding to the game, so please keep sharing your feedback with us,” says developer Evolution. “We have more updates, features and cars in the works to keep DRIVECLUB fresh for you long after July!”

Driveclubis fast and easy to get into, nice to look at, and it has a lot going on in the background to keep you connected and competitive with your club members and other individuals,” we said in our review. “But that doesn’t change the issues in the foreground. Its approachable and enjoyable racing is marred by AI cars that love to unfairly bash and crash on the single-player side. And bugs with the interface and the networking kept me from fully enjoying the multiplayer side.”