Deep Silver and Codemasters today revealed a new gameplay trailer for their latest racing game, GRID. GRID promises to revive the franchise with this latest entry, which confusingly uses the same title as the first game.
The new trailer tears through corners across a sampling of GRID’s gorgeous streetside race locations, following spoke-to-spoke packs of competitors through the vibrant blocks of Havana, twisting mainway of Barcelona, glistening stretches of rain-slickened night roads, and more.
GRID promises to let drivers forge their story the way they prefer. The game will feature a dynamic Teammate, Rival and Nemesis systems. Drivers can hire commandable on-track allies and elevate conflicts with their most despised competitors as they see fit.
It’s also worth noting that GRID will be using the EGO Engine; an engine that Codemasters used in pretty much all of its racing games. Moreover, the game will support
both DX11 and DX12, and will require 100GB of free hard-disk space.
GRID is currently planned for an October 11th release. It will also be playable at Gamescom 2019 for all attendees.
Enjoy the trailer and stay tuned for more!