Hello racing fans! I’m here to talk about some of the modes and locations in GRID 2, releasing on PS3 May 28th. Let’s jump straight in…
Introducing: World Series Racing (WSR)
At Codemasters we love racing of every flavor, but professional motorsports have always been splintered into different disciplines and formulas around the world. One of the questions we’ve kicked around for years in the Studio has been simple – who is the greatest? Which driver from which series is the best? In GRID 2, we’re looking to answer that question with World Series Racing – WSR. It’s a new motorsport series that starts from the grassroots and grows into a huge Prime Time competition. Racers from different disciplines – street racers, drifters, track racers and more – all come together in one global series, with each driver moving in and out of their comfort zone. So who is the greatest? Join WSR in GRID 2 and find out…
Introducing some Modes
We’ve got a range of diverse events in GRID 2, so let’s introduce a few of them to you…
Well, GRID 2 isn’t a driving game, it’s a racing game. That’s an important distinction. So it goes without saying that one of the game modes within GRID 2 will be Race. You know the deal, start fast, finish first and take home the glory. GRID 2 introduces a lot of new modes and features, but ultimately, we’re determined to make the best in-game racing experience whenever you’re behind the wheel and straight up racing is the heartbeat of the game.
Eliminator is a constant fight for position. As the event unfolds, any racer that is in last position when the time runs out is eliminated from the race and the winner is the racer who survives all eliminations. Keep up with the pack or you’re all but guaranteed to be eliminated, but careful as you trade paint with your competitors as one false move can have catastrophic results…
Checkpoint is all about how you perform under pressure as you aim to cover as much distance as possible before the timer expires. You’ll have limited time to make it to the next checkpoint, so you’ll be expected to hit the apexes and find the right braking points to shave precious seconds off your time.
Stay tuned, there are more modes to come.
Variety is the name of the game when it comes to the racing locations in GRID 2. We have three broad stages of racing – Street Racing, Track Racing and Open Road Racing. We’ve recently confirmed the addition of two new circuits, Brands Hatch and the Indianapolis Motor Speedway; two famous motorsport Meccas which join the previously announced Red Bull Ring and Yas Marina. Away from these tracks you’ll be able to race around cities such as Chicago, Paris and Barcelona as well as being able to take to the road along the California Coast.
We’re hurtling down the track and that May 28th release date is getting ever closer. Fear not though, because between now and then we’ve still got lots of exciting news left to share with you all. We’ve got new locations, new cars and more game features to reveal.
We can’t wait to see you on the track.
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