Adam Guetti
07 Sep, 2011

Ubisoft announces free Driver San Francisco multiplayer content

PS3 News | Oh, and Driver Club too.
Have you been playing Driver: San Francisco but feel like it's running out of gas? Well luckily, horrible puns aside, Ubisoft has announced that in order to support the release of its coma-jumping title, it will be be adding new multiplayer content and game-to-web interaction.

From September 15th get ready to welcome 12 new tracks for all online multiplayer modes, made available for the fantastic price of - free! Following on from that date, every week for ten weeks, one new route will be added to the list. For all those who couldn't be bothered with the mathematics, that means you will end up with a very respectable 22 new tracks.

Then we have Driver Club, the new games-to-web community service that is active as of now. By making use of Driver Club, you will be able to unlock exclusive achievements, find stats and stalk leaderboards, showcase director clips and more. The website will be accessible with a Uplay account here.

We never say no to free content, so let's just hope this trend continues in the future, and bring on September 15.

Related Driver: San Francisco Content

Driver: San Francisco Review
14 Sep, 2011 We find out if comas make better drivers.
Driver: San Francisco demo speeding over to console shortly
10 Aug, 2011 Take it for a test drive.
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