Even after weeks of sever updates and optimisations, Evolution Studios still cannot get every racer to connect to the DRIVECLUB servers. The latest update from the studio says that the “majority” of gamers can now get online, which means issues still exist.
Along with a new statement, Evolution has also released a new server update to “optimise multiplayer matchmaking”, making matchmaking more reliable. The update also fixes some bugs related to joining or leaving clubs.
The next patch for the game will be releasing this week too, boosting connectivity and the overall experience of the game. The full statement from Evolution is below:
We know we have been quiet over the last few days which was because we wanted to offer you news when it has a meaningful impact on your experience of DRIVECLUB. The feedback you offered has been invaluable to the team because it’s informed our updates to iron out the major issues affecting you as quickly as possible.
Our diagnostics show the majority of you are now able to get online and racing. This increased stability has meant that statistics and accolades are updating efficiently now, so hopefully you have been having fun boosting your fame and watching how you compare to your friends and other racers around the world.
Today we also released a server update to optimise multiplayer matchmaking so you will now be matched with more suitable players based on the type of internet connection you have, which means matchmaking should be more reliable. This update will also fix some bugs we had with clubs where some players couldn’t join or leave a club.
Improvements continue to be made to the servers and our next significant game update will be released this week. This will boost connectivity and provide a better overall experience.
Thanks for your support and we will provide more news as soon as we have it.
As with previous updates, today’s announcement has no information on the PlayStation Plus edition of the game.