In exactly that order.
The launch of Codemasters’ latest racing opus GRID 2, a sequel to the highly successful Race Driver: GRID, is already over, but hasn’t stopped the developer/publisher from releasing a new trailer for the game. And when the game looks this good (thanks in part to the EGO 3.0 engine), that’s perfectly alright.
Taking place across even more locations than before, with more varied gameplay modes including Drift and the “True Feel” system which looks to accommodate both realistic racers and arcade drivers, GRID 2 still features the same amazing gameplay the series has become famous for. GRID 2 will also incorporate a new system for routes changing on the fly, to give races a more dynamic feel.
That’s not including the bevy of multiplayer options for racing against friends and competing against racers for global leaderboard ranks on top of the heavy single player campaign.
GRID 2 is currently available for PC, Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3.