Hurray! Grid is back. Codemasters announces that it will be released on 13 September 2019 on PS4, Xbox One and pc.
This Grid will be the fourth one, but will apparently be named just … Grid.
The game will include different categories such as 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 game will have more than 70 iconic cars, current, and classics, such as Porsche 911 RSR, Ferrari 488 GTE, Ford GT40 and Pontiac Firebird.
The different classes will be : Touring Cars (TC-1, Super Tourers, TC-2, Classic Touring), Stock Cars (Muscle, Pro Trucks, Oval Stocks), Tuner Cars (Modified, Super Modified, World Time Attack), GT Cars (Classic GT, GT Group 1, GT Group 2, Historic), Formula J, Prototype, Group 7 Specials.
Twelve race tracks are also confirmed with six real race track: Zheijang (china), Brands Hatch, Silverstone, Indianapolis, Okutama and Sydney.
Like in the past, the game will get realistic damages and an adaptable AI, with a driving experience both casual and simulation.
Other interesting news, Fernando Alonso has signed as a Race Consultant and appears in the game.
Pre-order for GRID and the Ultimate Edition with early access is already available, and info available on a new website.