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GRID on Google Stadia Features Exclusive Endurance Mode - Details & New Trailer


GRID on Google Stadia Features Exclusive Endurance Mode - Details & New Trailer

Google Stadia is officially releasing tomorrow and GRID is one of the games featured at launch.

So, what is Google Stadia and how does it work? Check out the trailer they released, last month.

Does that interest you at all?

With that said, a new mode, which was hinted at last week, was officially revealed today by Codemasters, called Endurance Mode. The new mode is exclusive for the Google Stadia.

GRID’s current racing experience already delivers 16 cars on the circuit. With GRID on Stadia and the new Endurance mode, the field expands up to 40 cars, split across four different classes, playable in both Free Play and Multiplayer.

Online, a new Quick Match Endurance option has been added for Stadia, allowing players to lobby up and compete against each other in longer-format races. As you head into Skirmish, you’ll be able to select your chosen car from the four pre-set classes that will take part in the race. A Hot Lap Qualifying session will then dictate the grid order and which car class you fall into.

In Free Play, choose the new Endurance discipline and you’ll be able to customise the event to your preferences. Choose the amount of cars on circuit (up to 40), choose the time limit for the race (five-minute intervals, with a maximum length of 60 minutes), and choose the four classes that will form the grid, with the ability to mix and match across the game’s entire car roster. Want to design a traditional Endurance event with our GT machines (as used in IMSA and WEC championships) on Silverstone or Indianapolis? Cool. Want to make a fantasy Endurance race, with historic Can-Am prototype machines on our infamous street circuits, like Havana or Shanghai? Go for it. Endurance mode has the same accessibility and ability to customise as Race or Time Attack, allowing you to create the exact Endurance race you want.

The goal of Endurance races is to finish first in your class, using skill and tactics to not let the other classes interfere with your race. Set a quick qualifying time, start strong and settle into a groove for the best chance of a class victory.

Check out the official trailer below and read more about the new Endurance mode for GRID on Stadia, at the official website.

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