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GRID Autosport Shows Off Touring Car Gameplay
Developer Codemasters has launched a new trailer for GRID Autosport, which details its Touring Car element. This is just one of five different driving styles that will be available in the full release.
What’s viewable in the clip should be actual gameplay taken from the game. It certainly looks spot on.
A lot of the driving style in the Touring Car circuit is based on aggression. In the clip, we get to see some bumping and grinding of cars as they try to take over each other in turns.
During the clip, some of the championship drivers chip in with their thoughts of the sport. They resonate similar feelings of aggression mixed with fast racing.
Touring Car championships will be available in GRID Autosport with that discussed brand of tenacity in mind. Races will take place with 16 drivers offline and 12 players online.
Additionally, Codemasters released what models you’ll be able to choose in this campaign. We’ll post those below:
Cat C Touring Cars
- CHEVROLET CRUZE TOURING CAR
- BMW 320 TOURING CAR
- FORD FOCUS ST TOURING CAR
- HONDA CIVIC TOURING CAR
- FORD RACING UTE
- HOLDEN VE COMMODORE UTE
Cat B Touring Cars
- AUDI RS 5 (CAT B SPECIAL)
- MERCEDES-BENZ C 63 AMG (CAT B SPECIAL)
- FORD FALCON FG
- HOLDEN VF COMMODORE
Cat A Touring Cars
- PEUGEOT 408 SCB
- ADC PRESTEZA-14
Classic Mini Cup
- MINI MIGLIA
- MINI JOHN COOPER WORKS CHALLENGE
Classic Touring Car Cup
- FORD SIERRA RS500 COSWORTH GROUP A
- NISSAN 1991 (R32) SKYLINE GT-R GROUP A
GRID Autosport will be available on June 27, 2014 for PC, Playstation 3 and Xbox 360.