Video Games – News – Driveclub could offer compensation.

Late in the evening of October 12th, Paul Rustchynsky, Game Director on Driveclub, offered us a tidbit of infomation concerning if gamers who bought his game early would receive some kind of compensation.This is after the debacle of the multiplayer when the game came out and is still a widespread problem. Here is the question of one of his followers:

@Rushy33 Hi Paul, is there going to be any form of compensation offered to early adopters of DriveClub? You know; like DLC or whatever?

And here is Mr.Rustchynsky’s answer:

@pauldshelley We’re considering all of our options right now.

You can check out @Rushy33’s Tweet here:

Personally, I can’t wait to see the PS Plus Edition when it comes out. If this marketing technique can help them save face, more power to them. Hopefully it’s not too little too late because the internet is on fire over this.

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2 thoughts on “Video Games – News – Driveclub could offer compensation.

  1. The internet is always on fire over every little thing.

    We’re now a week into it, but we’re talking about a game that’s going to be around for years and people are outraged because the first 2 or 3 weeks out of the hundreds it will be out for were messy?

    Shouldn’t you be playing Dust an Elysian Tale, Spelunky, Destiny and Borderlands Pre-Sequel right now?


    1. I agree with you on this. We always want something when it hits the fan. Personally, I don’t want compensation. I’m just waiting for the ps+ edition. During that time, I’ll play Destiny and Pix the Cat.
      Thanks for the comment!


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