Codemasters took the criticisms of GRID 2 to heart. And in that time since that game’s release until now, has been the development of GRID Autosport. And, as stated in my preview, they have worked to correct the major problems of the past game rather than toeing the line. If you’ve played the ToCA Race Driver series, also by Codemasters, you’ll be more inclined to enjoy GRID Autosport as a result, if not for some debris on the track.
Today Codemasters® released an extended multiplayer GRID 2 gameplay trailer revealing new locations, including the Indianapolis Motor Speedway, and features such as vehicle customization from the game’s extensive and distinct online mode.
Codemasters today launched the first two gameplay videos for GRID 2, the long-awaited sequel to the BAFTA-award winning, critically acclaimed GRID. Revealing races at two of the game’s new locations, Chicago and California Coast, the GRID 2 gameplay videos are captured from pre-alpha, work-in-progress code.
The Chicago video features a Street Racing stage where muscle cars, including the Camaro SS, Z06 Corvette and Boss Mustang, charge through skyscraper-lined streets and chase through tunnels.
Codemasters today announced that a demo for F1 2012 will launch this week ahead of the full game’s launch on September 18 for the Xbox 360® video game and entertainment system from Microsoft, PLAYSTATION 3 computer entertainment system and Windows PC.
To mark the news, Codemasters has released a new gameplay trailer recreating key moments from the blistering opening to the 2012 FIA FORMULA ONE WORLD CHAMPIONSHIP which saw an unprecedented seven winners in the first seven races.