New GRID Trailer Promises Improved AI, More Accessibility and Over 100 Launch Events

September 20, 2019
NEWS
PC
Also on: PS4, Xbox One

Codemasters' rebooted franchise GRID has a new trailer for the game which promises four cities and eight circuits, with over eighty different routes to race around. In addition, you'll be able to create rivalries with AI players who have over 400 varying personalities and driving abilities.


Chris Smith, Codemasters' GRID Game Director, said "We want to build on GRID’s legacy and create a game that focuses on choice & accessibility... we want players to feel excited no matter where they finish - whether that’s in first place or coming out on top against your arch nemesis."

There are 104 launch challenges planned for the game's release, including taking on Fernando Alonso. Handling options have been provided for both casual and hardcore racing fans, which means GRID promises to be the most accessible entry in the TOCA series to date.

GRID launches on Xbox One, PC and PS4 on October 11th.

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