Driveclub will offer free downloadable content to its users to compensate for the ongoing problems with the game's online feature set, now in their sixth week.
According to the game's Facebook page, drivers will get the two DLC packs for November that were originally planned to be premium offerings. The Ignition Expansion pack and the Photo-Finish Tour Pack will offer users a total of five new cars, 22 new tour events, 10 new livery items, and another 10 trophies to win.
Because these two packs were to be part of the premium Season Pass subscription, that will be extended to include four more packs in July. Subscribers to the Season pass will still get 38 cars, 80 livery items and 176 tour events, developer Evolution Studios promises.
Tuesday, Driveclub will release a title update that adds a Photo Mode while also tuning multiplayer collision to reduce spinouts. Other patch details are available at this link. The update will also offer three new tracks not part of the DLC packs.
Lastly, Evolution still has no word on when the free edition promised to PlayStation Plus subscribers will launch. "We are continually working on improving the server capacity to enable us to launch the PS Plus Edition as quickly as possible," Evolution said.