Codemasters has shared a new gameplay trailer showing off the contents of GRID’s second season. Announced last month, the Season 2 expansion arrives on February 12. With it comes six brand-new cars, an expanded career mode, and a new circuit with multiple configurations.
As a quick reminder, the contents of next week’s pack is as follows:
Aston Martin Vulcan AMR Pro
Pagani Zonda Revolucion
Ferrari 599XX Evo
Ford GT Heritage Edition
Red Bull Ring
Ultimate Edition owners will have access to the first four cars on the list across all game modes, while the Zonda Revolucion will be available as a loan car for all players in multiplayer events. Moreover, the Track Day Supercars pack will be available as a separate purchase as well.
The final two cars, the Ford GT Heritage Edition and Ferrari 599XX Evo, will be available to everyone for free. Austria’s Red Bull Ring is also included in the pack, and will be available in three layouts. There’s the full Grand Prix Circuit, a shorter South Circuit that bypasses Turns 2-5, and the North Circuit behind the paddock.
Players can take on all three variations of the circuit in reverse for a change of pace, as well as being playable in all weather conditions. The Red Bull Ring will be available to all players in career, free play, and multiplayer modes.
The new season also includes an additional 33 events in career mode using the Red Bull Ring and Track Day Supercars. Ultimate Edition owners can find the new events in the “Season 2” tab in the career menu.
GRID’s Season 2 update arrives next Wednesday, February 12 on the PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC platforms. Codemasters will announce availability on Google Stadia at a later date.
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