GRIP: Combat Racing Releasing On PS4, Xbox One, PC, And Nintendo Switch This November

The car combat title has received a concrete release date.

Posted By | On 02nd, Aug. 2018

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The car combat genre has been woefully inactive in recent years, with a Burnout and Twisted Metal shaped hole weighing down on all our hearts. Back in March, developers Caged Element announced GRIP: Combat Racing, and understandably, we were all quite excited. Publishers Wired Productions have now announced a release date for the game, and it’s pretty close.

GRIP: Combat Racing will be launching for PS4, Xbox One, Nintendo Switch, and PC on November 6th of this year, so it’s almost upon us. The game promises to be a quintessential car combat experience (as its name might have given away), featuring gravity defying physics, high speeds, destruction, and more. It will, of course, feature both online and offline play, as well as split-screen multiplayer, so that’s something to be excited about.

“Born of the age of street racing, and losing none of its cut-throat nature, it’s not enough to just cross the line in GRIP: Combat Racing,” the developers say. “More important is how you got there and how much destruction you have unleashed upon your rivals along the way.” We can only hope the game will live up to what it’s promising. Not long left until it launches now, so we’ll find out soon enough.


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