GRID Officially Delayed to October 11

GRID 18 July 3, 2019 by

Codemasters announced today that its reborn racer GRID will be launching four weeks later than originally planned, with a new release date of October 11.

The UK-based developer first announced the title earlier this year. Focusing on tarmac-based racing, GRID will include multiple disciplines, from classic muscle cars, modern TCR machines, open-wheel racers, and more. Players will also face off against Fernando Alonso and his pro esports team.

The original launch date was September 11. The team has bumped that back by four weeks, which also applies to the Ultimate Edition’s three days of early access (now starting October 8).

According to Codemasters, this bump was “to give added exposure to a game [it’s] hugely excited about.”

We recently learned the first dozen confirmed cars for GRID. Expect more info on the game, including full car and track lists, as October draws closer. GRID will launch on PlayStation 4, Xbox One, PC, and Google Stadia.

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