Despite the fact that players will have to wait a little bit longer to hit the road with it, GRID: Race For Glory will be worth said wait – and the new gameplay trailer from Deep Silver proves that theory.
The publisher debuted the trailer earlier today, which you can see below. In it, you can see just how fast and furious the racing action gets, with realistic car models taking to the open road across various tracks, with their tires spinning across the pavement. It looks pretty solid, running at a beautiful 60 frames per second across a number of perspectives. And the lighting looks to be rather sweet as well, especially with the night time tracks.
The game’s original release date was September 13, but Deep Silver and Codemasters opted to delay the game “to give added exposure to a game we’re hugely excited about.” The response to the game has been pretty hefty, to say the least, and much larger than previous entries. In fact, this serves as a much harder reboot of sorts, with a number of tracks based across circuits like Havana, the Brands Hatch, Zhejiang, San Francisco and more. And the game enables players to take control of vehicles such as the Pontiac Firebird Modified and the Chevrolet Camaro SSX Concept cars, among many others.
Expect some very competitive AI as well, as fellow drivers will do whatever it takes to keep their lead as you dart for the finish line.
The game will arrive on Xbox One, PlayStation 4 and PC on October 11, though a special pre-order option for the game is available that will enable drivers to get their hands on it starting on October 8. Nintendo Switch fans will be able to drive on with GRID Autosport, with a port headed their way sometime later this summer.