EA and Codemasters have posted almost 40 minutes of GRID Legends gameplay footage highlighting the Driven to Glory Story Mode. The video features 5 races and plenty of intros to the characters in the game.
GRID Legends features more gameplay choices than any previous GRID title, including the return of community-requested Drift mode and fan favorite, Elimination which puts all the pressure on the back-markers, with drivers dropping out periodically until only one remains. The new Race Creator lets players host their dream multi-class match-ups, pitting different vehicle types together to create unique racing moments in every race. The experience can be personalized further by changing the weather conditions, time of day, or adding ramps and boost gates, so no race is ever the same.
GRID Legends releases on February 25 for Xbox Series X|S, PlayStation 5, PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC. Players who pre-order receive the GRID Legends Seneca & Ravenwest Double Pack. Available on launch day, this content unlocks four additional cars for Career events: the Aston Martin Vantage GT4, Porsche 962C, Ginetta G55 GT4, and Koenigsegg Jesko. The pack also features exclusive Ravenwest-focused Career events and exclusive Seneca and Ravenwest team icons, liveries and banners, so players can personalise their vehicles and show them off online.
Make sure to read our GRID Legends Career Mode hands-on preview here.
Even more impressive is the fact that career mode does an amazing job of keeping you informed as the story unfolds, and it makes sure you and the racing are the primary focus. Not once during my time with Grid Legends did I do the obligatory “eye roll” or “insert sarcastic remark” thing. The story played out, and I was happy to go along with it because of how well it was integrated and how quickly the information was relayed to me.