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DriveClub gets five free Japan tracks in 3.33 GB update

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DriveClub's latest update, released today by developer Evolution Studios, brings the racing game to version 1.10 with five free tracks all set in Japan, Evolution announced on the game's Facebook page.

The patch, which weighs in at 3.33 GB, adds a total of 11 track variants across the five courses: Nakasendo (two variants), Lake Shoji (two variants), Asagiri Highlands Racetrack (three variants), Takahagi Hills (two variants) and Goshodaira (two variants). Also included in the v1.10 update is multiplayer time trial, a new online mode.

The rest of today's update consists of gameplay improvements and Photo Mode tweaks, as well as the addition of support for a number of add-ons that are scheduled to be released Jan. 27-29. You can see the full patch notes in Evolution's Facebook post. There's still no word on when the promised free PlayStation Plus Edition of DriveClub might launch.

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