A force d'enchainer les patchs, mises à jour, rebootages de serveurs et coups de marteau, les fonctionnalités en ligne de Drive Club se portent mieux. Enfin juste un peu. Et encore, juste pour ceux qui ont payé le jeu avec de vrais sous puisque ceux qui comptaient sur la version gratuite allégée grâce à leur fier abonnement au Playstation Plus devront encore patienter pas mal de temps.
C'est en substance ce que nous fait comprendre Shuhei Yoshida, boss de Sony Worldwide Studios, qui s'excuse en vous remerciant de votre patience, et en scandant que l'édition Playstation Plus ne sera pas rendue disponible tant que la situation ne roulera pas sur des roulettes.
I wanted to provide you with the latest update on DriveClub. Unfortunately, the road to launch has been a little rocky, and we are truly sorry that so many of you have not been able to enjoy everything that we had hoped DriveClub would deliver.
We have been listening to your feedback and realize that patience understandably is running out. Evo is working around the clock to close the gap, and we have deployed additional engineering resources to help resolve the remaining issues as soon as possible. Unfortunately, the time frames required to roll out the fully connected experience will be longer than anticipated and we do not have an exact time frame for when they will be resolved.
We are also very conscious that we have disappointed so many of you who were looking forward to playing the promised PS Plus Edition. Our first priority is to provide you with the best possible experience while playing DriveClub. With the high volume of new players and additional server load the PS Plus Edition is anticipated to bring, we are currently not confident that we can guarantee the best online experience.
Until we can ensure that everyone can enjoy the full social connected online experience, we will be postponing the release of the PS Plus Edition until further notice.