Watch leaked DriveClub videos before they’re yanked

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Evolution Studio’s PlayStation 4 exclusive racer DriveClub is currently in very closed beta. With a beta of that nature, it means there are a number of non-disclosure agreements in place, making it somewhat illegal to share pictures and videos of the game as it currently stands. Naturally, that hasn’t stopped people from sharing media from the game. Here are some leaked videos, showing the game in action.

Here are 5 videos of the game from neoGAF. Check them out before they’re pulled from the internet.

I’m not the biggest fan of racing games, but I think that the numerous delays have done the game some good. These were captured using the PS4’s share functionality which already adds an unnecessary amount of compression, plus they were fed through YouTube so aren’t nearly as representative of the game’s fidelity as they should be. Yet, it still looks good.

I especially like that the crowd seems to be a little alive, and you can even hear them cheer in some instances – and I like a few of the effects, like mud smeared across the windscreen. According to those who’ve been playing it, the game straddles the line between sim and arcade handling, sounding for all the world like a next-gen PGR. That’s one of the few racers I actually really liked, so this is music to my ears.

I’d say it looks better than Forza 5 – but that’s thanks to it running at half the frame rate. Yep, DriveClub runs at a glorious 30fps at 1080p.

Last Updated: September 2, 2014

Geoffrey Tim

Editor. I'm old, grumpy and more than just a little cynical. One day, I found myself in possession of a NES, and a copy of Super Mario Bros 3. It was that game that made me realise that games were more than just toys to idly while away time - they were capable of being masterpieces. I'm here now, looking for more of those masterpieces.

  • Hammersteyn

    Hahahaha @ “lol 30fps” tag

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  • L337J1MB0B

    1 X incoming smarmy remark from FoxOne.

    • Hammersteyn

      As opposed to me and 50 other guys ragging on XBOX One articles. Let them have their fun now and then I say.

    • FoxOneZA

      Tsk..Tsk… the lol 30fps tag speaks for itself Banana 😛

  • Sith JJ

    PS4 exclusive
    Should I count myself lucky?

    • Hammersteyn

      30fps? yes

      • Sith JJ

        That’s what I’m thinking.

  • Sir Rants A Lot: On Pandora

    It does look impressive actually.

    • Hammersteyn

      And it’s free for PS+ subscribers. Sort of….

      • nivlacasura .

        Sort of? What do you mean?

        • Hammersteyn

          You don’t get all the cars for the game apparently

  • CAE9872

    At the moment it is a day one for me – PS4 needs a good few more racers!

  • Kikmi

    I dont know, theres something arb about the driver POV and the shifts in the depth of its view. I dont like the sound, it seems theyve used a microscopic library to convey collisions with different surfaces where as we all know objects of different materials will create a different sound. I like the varying degree of damage though, but I dont know if they’ve just “prebuilt” collision type models or whether there is a level of physx in the game.

    Not so sure i like the sound of it being in between a sim and arcade racer, but Im willing to give it a bash. Will see what the meta score is on it first, definitely not even a day one, month one or even year one purchase IMO

    • FoxOneZA

      Wasn’t it supposed to be a “free” title?

      • nivlacasura .

        Yea I thought its suppose to be free too

  • Alien Emperor Trevor

    It’s called DriveClub BECAUSE it’s 30fps, if it ran at 60fps it’d be called RaceClub.

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  • Gr8_Balls_o_KFM_Fire

    Wow the physics look shite.. So now whats the best racing game to get on ps4 for a hardcore sim fan?

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