GRID Legends is a racing game developed by Codemasters and published by EA.
The game features an immersive story mode.
EA has released the Seneca and Ravenwest Double Pack for GRID Legends, adding four new cars, six new career events, and more.
The update finally adds in the option to enable music outside of Driven to Glory, along with improved game performance and bug fixes.
GRID Legends might not blow your doors off, but it does tighten many of the core ideas from previous games while packing in a ton of content.
Codemasters' racer is out imminently for PlayStation, Xbox, and PC, and shows promising glimpses of gameplay in its final pre-release trailer.
Codemasters and EA have released a new "Features" trailer for the upcoming racer, highlighting some of several activities players will be able to dive into.
GRID Legends associate creative director Steven Brand speaks with GamingBolt about the upcoming racer.
Codemasters and EA' upcoming racer is promising an ambitious new story mode, and here we get a meaty look at it.
Codemasters and EA's upcoming racer isn't going to demand a particularly beefy rig, for those planning on playing it on a PC.
The racer will instead adopt a seasonal post-launch model, dropping four chunks of content across 12 months after release.
Race in over 100 cars across +130 routes with AI driver personalities and a race choreographer that adds a bit of random chaos.
Codemasters confirms a major imminent reveal for GRID Legends, featuring information on gameplay, the game's launch, and more.
New details on Boost and Elimination, the former focused on Electric cars and the latter being a vehicle survival mode, also revealed.
The newest iteration in the GRID series offers the more than 100 cars, over 130 routes and a race creator for creating one's own events.