Driveclub Gamescom 2014 trailer, screenshots

New trailer shows how Driveclub brings players together.

Driveclub

Sony Computer Entertainment and Evolution Studios debuted a new trailer and set of screenshots for Driveclub at Gamescom.

The trailer shows how challenges bring the world of Driveclub together to fight for one another and earn rewards together.

“It’s not just about crossing the finish line first – although that will net big rewards for you and your club – there’s a lot more to play for in every race,” Evolution Studios community manager Jamie Brayshaw said on the PlayStation Blog. “Earn big points for driving with flair or expert precision. Earn accolades for each of your cars and club. Try and beat face-offs for drifting, speeding & nailing the racing line. Everything you do earns you fame, which helps you unlock new cars and liveries for you and your club.

“When you do cross the finish line, you can start something new with your friends by creating a challenge. Who you include is up to you, but it pays to get as many drivers and clubs involved as possible, because the rewards become bigger when more people take part.

“You can even set up the challenge so that everyone involved can invite the drivers and clubs they want to join in, sparking new friendships and rivalries and giving your challenge the chance to go viral.”

Watch the new trailer below. View the screenshots at the gallery.

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