Start Your Engines! DriveClub: Bikes PS4 Review


DriveClub: Bikes is the latest add-on to the super popular racing title DriveClub. Announced at Sony’s Paris Games Week PlayStation Conference, Bikes puts you in the seat of the top superbikes from each of the world’s greatest motorcycle manufacturers in the fastest, most realistic racing simulator to date.

Bikes gives you front of the line access to 12 new superbikes from Yamaha, Ducati, Kawasaki, Honda, Bimota, BMW, and more. Take ’em for a rip in over 78 challenging and scenic tracks, painted in DriveClub’s exceptionally graphics engine that deliver ultra realistic weather conditions: from day and night modes, to rain or shine. Trust me when I say that these are some of the best racing graphics ever. The attention to detail continues into the audio quality, which catches every drop of rain, every skid and bump, and every rev from each of the 12 superbike engines. The sheer realism adds to the intensity and will have you gripping your controller in full sweat mode.


Hit the backroads and city centres across the globe, from the mountains of Canada and Norway, to the periodic landmarks of Japan and Scotland.

You can also expect an advanced social experience that seamlessly keeps you connected to the enthusiastic community of DriveClub. Through integration with the PS4 Share button, you can catch those valuable moments in Photo Mode and in Replays. Joining a Club gets you points that can be shared in both Bikes and the original DriveClub. Besides, who doesn’t have visions of joining a biker gang?

Bikes tests your skills in a variety of modes:

  • Race 11 other speed demons in a battle for first.
  • Time Trials to see if you can push the limits of each superbike.
  • Skill Challenges that will have you pulling wheelies and stoppies for points.
  • Championship Events to see how you stack up against the best.

DriveClub: Bikes is available in the PSN Store on October 27, 2015 for $21.99 CAD. It’s rated E for Everyone.

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  • Yea . every man loves going fast , the question then airess how much faster . and then finally the stage that we are stepping into . who is the fastest ??? I honestly think its about how Ur body reacts and feels at those speeds I’m comfortable at 220 km/ hr .. I’ve done more alot more but don’t feel as confident .. im sure there are people out there that are the same and are comfortable at 299 . so their next goal is .. 400 km /hr maybe .. I just love watching the Bravado kick in

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