Codemasters teases Grid 2 surprise, to be revealed tomorrow

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Codemasters has revealed on the game’s official FB page a new image, suggesting that something big will be unveiled tomorrow. Our guess is that the company may reveal a new, in-game trailer for its upcoming racing title. Let’s not forget that Grid 2 is already playable and a preview build was already finished, so Codies could very well give us a taste of what they’ve been up to.
GRID 2 promises to feature an expansive career mode that will challenge players to be fast, be first and be famous as they enter a stunning new world of competitive motorsport. In an expansive career mode, players will experience aggressive wheel-to-wheel racing against advanced AI where each spectacular race unfolds with cinematic immersion. Building on the handling model from GRID, the new TrueFeel Handling System will use real physics to hit a sweetspot between accessibility and simulation and deliver handling that is approachable yet challenging to master.

GRID 2 is also said to set new standards for a racing multiplayer experience with an entirely distinct and extensive gameplay component and unique progression system. Deep customisation options and integration with RaceNet – the online community portal for Codemasters Racing games which tracks player’s races, rewards and rivals – will offer further immersion and connectivity in GRID 2’s new world of motorsport.

The game is planned for a 2013 release on PC, X360 and PS3.
Stay tuned for more!

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