Xie Enwei, General Manager Of Management And Operations Of Microsoft In China, Speaks During The Presentation Of The Xbox One
IN PHOTO: Xie Enwei, general manager of management and operations of Microsoft in China, speaks during the presentation of the Xbox One by Microsoft as part of ChinaJoy 2014 China Digital Entertainment Expo and Conference in Shanghai July 30, 2014. Reuters/Carlos Barria

When "Driveclub" PS Plus Edition was first announced, fans were not expecting the long-running delay that is still ongoing to this day. And when Sony World Wide Studios president Shuhei Yoshida himself gave a formal letter of apology and update on "Driveclub" over at the official Facebook website, fans had hope that the title is already coming.

But this happened way back in October of last year, and until now, fans are waiting for an update on the free title. Previously, Sony has stated that the delay was due to the additional server load for the PS Plus Edition, which is why developer Evolution Studios opted to delay it and deliver a better online experience at a later date.

Still, for those who are already playing the full version of "Driveclub," there have been a few updates and improvements since its own rocky start. According to VG 24/7, new updates and cars are expected to come this month and also on February.

More than this, however, a possible clue to a new location may have been teased over at the official Facebook page. The cover photo of the Facebook page has been changed to show a car driving down the road lined with cherry blossoms in full bloom. Cherry blossoms, also known as "sakura," are a trademark of springtime in Japan.

This is potentially the reason why fans have been abuzz wondering if Evolution Studios is planning to release a new update that will introduce a new location. But as far as official announcements go, there has been no word on the matter.

And while a final release date for "Driveclub" has not yet been released, there's already a new development for an Xbox One exclusive driving title, which is a follow-up to "Forza Horizon 2." Over at the official Forza Motorsport website, the announcement was unveiled together with a video, as seen below.

"Just as Ford has pushed the boundaries of car technology in GT, 'Forza Motorsport 6' will embrace that spirit of innovation as our most technically advanced racing simulation to date, offering a fun and realistic automotive experience for both car lovers and gamers," Turn 10 Studios creative director Dan Greenawalt.

Alongside the announcement of the game's development, Greenawalt has also confirmed that there will be gameplay shown at the E3 2015 in June. "Forza Motorsport 6" comes with the worldwide debut of the new Ford GT, which will also be in the lineup for the title.

Best of all, since this year marks the 10th year of the "Forza Motorsport" series, fans can expect a big title coming. Among the cars that have been included in the lineup are the GT, the Shelby GT350 Mustang and the F-150 Raptor. Major Nelson himself has mentioned that fan may be in for quite the ride with the newest game.

"Forza Motorsport 6" announcement trailer (Credit: YouTube/Xbox)

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