We already know that the free version of DriveClub that will be available as part of PlayStation Plus will feature less cars and tracks than the full retail release, but Evolution Studios has clarified that there’ll still be enough content on offer to allow you to earn the Platinum Trophy in the free iteration of the game.

Writing on NeoGAF, design director Paul Rustchynsky clarified that the complimentary download will allow you to guzzle up all of the digital trinkets without requiring you to spend a penny. “Remember that it’s the full game minus a few cars and tracks,” he reiterated, adding that upgrading to the full version of the title will score you a discount, but that “prices won't be announced for a few more weeks yet”.

Elsewhere in a lengthy post, Rustchynsky revealed that the studio is working on a photo mode. Sadly, though, the game will not feature a split-screen multiplayer option. We had been a little worried about the PlayStation 4 racer earlier in the year, but GamesCom squashed our concerns flatter than a pancake on a motorway.

[via neogaf.com, eurogamer.net]