The fourth game in the series, GRID delivers intense wheel to wheel racing action, spanning four continents in some of the world’s most famous city streets and race circuits. Choose cars from GT, Touring, Stock, Muscle, Super-Modified and more, across race types including Circuit, Street Racing, Ovals, Hot Laps, Point-to-Point and World Time Attack.
The very latest GRID gameplay videos from E3 2019 have emerged giving us a look at the Brands Hatch track in action. A total of two videos have been released by Codemasters showing us the Porsche RSR and Chevrolet Corvette racing cars tearing up the challenging UK-based circuit at sunset coating the whole scene in […]News
Following the GRID announcement yesterday, developer Codemasters has released two new gameplay videos showcasing the locations of San Francisco and Shanghai. The first video gives us a three-minute look at the San Francisco track (which you may remember from the first GRID title, Race Driver: GRID, all the way back in 2008) as we follow […]News
Codemasters has confirmed the beloved GRID series will return to PC and consoles, with an all-new mainline entry in the franchise. Much like its GRID Autosport predecessor from 2014, the new GRID strives to offer an accessible-yet-authentic racing experience; allowing players to race on permanent tracks and challenging street circuits in a variety of racing […]News