Codemasters Racing has finally pulled the wraps off the initial downloadable content plans and packs for Grid 2, ranging from the pre-order bonuses post-launch to the themes of initial DLC packs.
In an official statement, Codemasters has confirmed it's now "working away at new content for the game already", and that the fruits of their labour will be a monthly stream of DLC packages.
Set to commence sometime in June, Grid 2 will be supported with ongoing car packs up till October, with the first three packs and their respective release windows going as follows:
- Super Modified Car Pack – June
- Drift Car Pack – July
- Peak Performance Car Pack – July
The pre-order bonuses that were announced earlier this year will also be made available as DLC on the day that Grid 2 launches, though – as with the aforementioned packs – no specifics regarding pricing have been confirmed at time of writing.
Codemasters is also enforcing the fact that all players on all of Grid 2's compatible systems will be able to download and try out the DLC, which should be good news to prospective Grid 2 players on the PC who were concerned that the add-ons would only be available to the console versions of the game.