I must confess, while the music accompanying races is fine, I soon decided to switch it off and listened to other stuff instead. Engine noises and effects are great, though, so be sure to leave those turned on.
Sometimes, GRID Legends looks so good that the absence of a Photo Mode is utterly baffling. Consistently smooth and picturesque, Codies' latest is a sensational-looking racer, save for the very rare case of pop-in that's so minor, you'll barely notice it.
As pick-up-and-play easy and accessible, or as challenging, manual gearshifts switched on, no Flashbacks or assists, rock-hard as you like. GRID Legends has a plethora of options for tailoring the experience to your liking.
The 'Driven to Glory' storyline is throwaway fun while it lasts, but Career mode and the Race Creator have masses of longevity to spare. A rudimentary, no frills online suite isn't particularly exciting, but beyond that, this is a strong offering.
An improvement over the 2019 GRID list, this is nonetheless too heavy on the old grind, yet again. Ostensibly straightforward, there are some tasks in here that will take an absolute age to complete. We're not sure why there's always so much grinding required.