Codemasters has simply introduced that an all-new Grid can be coming to consoles and PC later this yr, with the fourth instalment within the collection – known as, merely, Grid – out on September 13th.
It comes over a decade after the unique – which, I assume, we must always now name Gr1d – which noticed Codemasters shake up the racing style with its introduction of the rewind mechanic. The barely less-than-stellar Grid 2 adopted in 2013, placing a heavy American twang on the entire thing, and was rapidly adopted up by Grid Autosport – or Grid 2: We’re Sorry Edition – in 2014.
The new trailer, which includes a host of GTLM machines in addition to older automobiles, strongly means that the rewind characteristic will return for this instalment. It will characteristic racing throughout 4 continents, in addition to enter from Fernando Alonso, who’s recent from failing to qualify for this weekend’s Indy 500 after McLaren painted its automobile the mistaken color and forgot to purchase a steering wheel.
Whether such calamities can be mirrored on this new Grid stays to be seen, although sensible injury and participant rivalries are promised. Hopefully we’ll discover out extra within the coming weeks.