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Driveclub servers shutting down in March next year

This applies to VR and Bikes as well, with Sony pulling sales of the game and its DLC in August this year too.

The PlayStation site has revealed that the servers for Evolution Studios' Driveclub, Driveclub VR, and Driveclub Bikes will all be closing on March 31 next year at 23:59 BST, with all online features ceasing on that day, including using the season pass online, representing your Club, playing multiplayer and the challenges tied to that, creating events, competing in leaderboards, and sharing stats.

You can still use your season pass on all offline modes and play the game and all its DLC offline, and trophies won't be affected for offline modes either. That said, Sony will stop selling the games and all DLCs/season passes from August 31 this year at 23:59 BST.

In this same announcement we also find out that multiplayer and online features for StarBlood Arena will stop on July 25, and since it's an online-only game, it won't be playable after this date.

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