Grid 2019 has been delayed, now releasing on October 11th

Codemasters has just announced that its latest racing game, Grid, has been delayed until October 11th. Grid was originally meant to come out this September, however Codemasters decided to delay it in order to give added exposure to “a game we’re hugely excited about.”

Furthermore, the official GRID and Codemasters channels will be revealing more information and gameplay and big announcements, with more major news coming in the next couple of days.

GRID promises to offer a perfect balance between risk and reward that will satisfy all types of players. The handling is said to be incredibly responsive and the learning curve will allow arcade players as well as sim fans to take as much pleasure as possible. As players progress through the game, they’ll earn extra liveries for vehicles, player cards, teammates, successes and flying medals. AI drivers will also push the players to their limits.

The game will also feature a realistically simulated damage system that will affect performance, and will feature a “nemesis” system via which AI drivers will try and take their revenge on players.

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