Driveclub VR launches October 13

Season Pass upgrade available for existing owners.

Driveclub VR

Driveclub VR will launch both physically and digitally for PlayStation VR on October 13, Sony Interactive Entertainment announced. The digital version of the game will be priced at $39.99 / €39.99.

Existing Driveclub owners who also own the Driveclub Season Pass will have the option to upgrade for $19.99 / €19.99. (This only applies to users who purchased the Season Pass before September 28.)

Here’s a brief overview of the game, via PlayStation.com:

Get behind the wheel as Driveclub revs its engines for a follow-up season of edge-of-your-seat racing.

Combining the stunning graphical power and interconnectivity of PlayStation 4 with the unparalleled immersion of PlayStation VR, Driveclub VR transports you to some of world’s most stunning locales in some of the world’s most powerful production cars.

Experience Canada’s Fraser Valley or Japan’s serene Lake Shoji like never before, with a brand new suite of features including a “cruise control” mode that will let you take in the sights at your leisure and “Virtual Passenger” that will let you relive your best laps from the passenger seat.

A new selection of urban tracks swells the total number to a staggering 114. Strap into one of 80 iconic high-performance cars to screech through corners, blaze along straights and fight the finish line as though you could reach out and touch it.

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