Race Your Way to the Top with Grid Legends

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Race your way to the top. EA

There are already many racing games available, and Grid Legends hopes to race its way to the hands of players with something different. It has that motorsport action everyone is familiar with but mixed in with an immersive story and race variety. The game also features a race creator where players can choose mixed-class vehicles and fight on all circuits.

Now if the title sounds familiar to some of you, the game is actually part of the Grid racing video game franchise. The first one was Race Driver: Grid released in 2008. A few games followed and Grid Legends is actually the fifth in the series.

The game isn’t just about racing since it also offers drama. One of the things that players can expect is the unique driver personality AI, which results in unpredictable racing as cars fight for that place on the podium. Speaking of races, there are more than 130 routes to race onto that include real-life locations like Brands Hatch and Indianapolis. There are also the iconic GRID city circuits such as Paris and San Francisco. Players can also upgrade at least 100 vehicles from classic touring cars to big rigs and stadium trucks.

Chris Smith, GRID Game Director at Codemasters, revealed in a statement that the game not only has what players love but also brings in more race features. The upcoming game is set to offer players more variety and choice. Smith added that this is but the beginning and they’re going to reveal more in the coming months.

While the game is still about a year away, there’s something to do with the return of the GRID World Series. This competitive racing event has players go on different tracks on various continents. Anyway, this year’s version introduces fierce personalities along with internal team politics. There is also Ravenwest Motorsport, which hopes to grab its sixth World Championship.

So are you ready to take on the tracks?

Grid Legends is coming in 2022 and will be available on PC, PlayStation 4, PlayStation 5, Xbox One, and Xbox Series X/S.

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