GRID Legends
Ben Borthwick by on Feb 25, 2022

GRID Legends revs up its engines in launch trailer

Codemasters is marking today’s launch of racer GRID Legends with a new trailer showcasing what to expect from the game.

The latest entry in the series, which started with 2008’s Race Driver: GRID, is returning to the story focus of its first few games. In Driven to Glory, you’re playing as Driver 22, who’s a new talented racer for the Seneca Racing team. You’re recruited to compete in the GRID World Series, against returning teams like Ravenwest and Voltz Racing. It’s all presented like a documentary, with a mixture of live action footage and in-game graphics.

Elsewhere, you can check out the game’s new hop-in races, allowing you to face up to 22 other racers cross-platform. There’s also an expanded career mode and a Race Creator where you can make your own challenges. Or of course, take on custom challenges created by the community.

The game also includes a revamped in-race choreographer to ensure no race feels the same. There’s over 130 routes to race at launch, in a wealth of locations and includes real life tracks like Brans Hatch and Indianapolis. You can check out the GRID Legends launch trailer for yourself down below.

GRID Legends is out today on Xbox Series X|S, Xbox One, PlayStation 5, PlayStation 4 and PC.


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GRID Legends

on PC, PlayStation 4, PlayStation 5, Xbox One, Xbox Series S, Xbox Series X
GRID Legends

Release Date:

25 February 2022