Sorry if posted before. We knew it was launching without it, but it seems it'll only come around 2-3 months latter, for those of you who where curious.
That is, if they don't delay it again. It could happen after all.
The weather update isn’t going to be released at launch. You’re going to be racing in the dry for a few months, but waiting is a theme in Driveclub. See it as a positive.
“It’s not such a bad thing,” said Perkins. “It’s worth being able to learn the tracks in the dry. Then you can start playing at night, and then when it’s raining during the day. If you really want to challenge yourself, then a snowstorm at night is quite a different experience. It’s probably worth having that two-month lead-in just practicing the tracks before you get the really difficult settings thrown in.”
“Right now we haven’t committed to a date,” said Rustchynsky. “What we have said is that it definitely will be out before the ends of the year.
“Our target is to try to get it [out] as soon as possible, because we want to make sure there are constant, fresh, new things to keep people playing. As soon as possible. I think we’ll be able to provide the date around launch, I guess.”