Connection Issues  Tagged Articles RSS Feed | Connection Issues  RSS Feed on en Launch Media Network HTC Vive Incompatible With GeForce GTX 1080's DisplayPort Sat, 09 Jul 2016 16:25:12 -0400 Noor Sami

If you’re looking to connect your GeForce GTX 1080 graphics card with the HTC Vive, you might be out of luck. Users have reported issues with plugging the VR device into the 1080’s DisplayPort wherein the display is not recognized. As a result of this issue, until a solution is found it is recommended that users connect the Vive to the HDMI port of the 1080 rather than the DisplayPort. However, this is a problem for many people who use the 1080’s HDMI port to plug into their TV instead.

Nvidia’s GeForce GTX 1080 and 1070 were marketed as vastly improving virtual reality graphics, but this problem seems to have put a damper on that. As of now, neither HTC nor Nvidia have made any conclusive comments about the issue. A thread discussing the problem has a number of responses on the GeForce forums, to which a representative from Nvidia responded and said simply, “We are still investigating this issue.”

Driveclub Developers Offer Free DLC as Apology for Online Feature Set Problems Mon, 17 Nov 2014 08:05:40 -0500 Pierre Fouquet

Driveclub's release has been a pretty rough experience with the all the server issues and crashes.

But for everyone who has bought the game, good news. Evolution Studios are going to be releasing two free premium DLC packs, these are The Ignition Expansion Pack and Photo-Finish Tour Pack.


There was some speculation that some free content would be given when Twitter user @pauldshelley directly tweeted Driveclubs Design Director Paul Rustchynsky.

Rustchynsky gave the vague response of:

"We're considering all of our options right now."

Read more here. And thank you GameSkinny writer .

What will the DLC include?

The two premium DLC packs were originally going to be released for users to buy, and to Season Pass holders, however now this is not the case. Also going to be released along side this DLC are two livery packs. Combined, the DLC will be giving players five new cars, 22 new tour events, 10 new trophies and 10 new livery items, this is for both online and offline.

First Player Requested Feature Update

On Tuesday (18th November) Driveclub will also see a new game update, this will include some features players have requested, which are are:

  • A Photo Mode which will allow you to share your most thrilling moments with your friends
  • Improved multiplayer collision physics to reduce frustrating spin-outs 
  • Adjustments to soften the corner cutting penalty system 
  • Options in the club menu to view everything your club has unlocked 
  • A fix to allow all club owners to update their club badges

Additionally in the update, tracks which were announced in September are making their way to Driveclub, these are:

  • India – Yedepalli
  • Scotland – Wester Ross 
  • Chile – Los Pelambres

This is a screenshot, not a photo.

Season Pass and PS Plus

Players who have purchased the Season Pass will not be getting less content, Evolution Studios have said:

The Season Pass will be extended to include four extra packs in July 2015 to ensure players who purchased the pass get everything that was promised. So on top of the free DLC in November, the Season Pass will still include 38 cars, 176 tour events and 80 unique liveries.

And commenting on the PS Plus Edition of Driveclub:

Although currently we do not have an update regarding the timing for the launch of the PS Plus Edition, we are continually working on improving the server capacity to enable us to launch the PS Plus Edition as quickly as possible.

The free DLC packs, The Ignition Expansion Pack and the Photo-Finish Tour Pack are expected to come out on 25th November in North America, 26th November in Europe and the 27th November in Japan.