GRID 2 launching in 2013

Codemasters has announced that GRID 2 is set to make a comeback next year.

One of the best racing video games ever made is scheduled to make a comeback in 2013. This week Codemasters announced that GRID 2 will return next year to the PC, Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3. The original game came out back in 2008 and it was a huge success among racing fans. The new game promises to be bigger and better.

Codemasters Racing Studios have revealed that the sequel will feature a new handling system (dubbed TrueFeel Handling System) designed to hit the "sweet spot" between simulation and accessibility. We will have the possibility of select cars from four decades and drive them through Europe, North America and Asia. Aside from the traditional single-player career mode, GRID 2 will also offer support for split-screen and head-to-head races. In addition, multiplayer will be entirely revamped and integrated with the publisher's RaceNet portal.

The sequel to GRID has been in development for the last two years and it is being built using the latest version of the Ego engine created by Codemasters Racing. Expect to see licensed circuits, gorgeous mountain roads and city streets as well.


Source: Codemasters Racing Studios via Gamespot
Published Aug 12th, 2012 10:48pm By Adrian Padeanu
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Xanavi23 Xanavi23
Great game im sure, but ill stick to Gran Turismo 5 as i always have.
Aug 14th, 2012 10:55pm
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N20_Purge N20_Purge
GRID 2 looks very promising. It lack cockpit view, but that doesn't bother me. This could be the racing game of 2013!
Aug 13th, 2012 1:55pm
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zamzungas zamzungas
From ammount of drifting in trailer I am expecting very shity handling engine, better buy F1 Race Stars Mario Kart :)
Aug 13th, 2012 12:45pm
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DeRay DeRay
How can you expect bad handling from a trailer!? If you have played the first GRID and didn't like it... cool. And regardless of how good the driving engine is, if you take the turn wrong there is always a possibility of losing control of the car.
Aug 14th, 2012 10:01pm
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