GRID To Get Career Race Length Options in Season Two Update
Codmasters has announced a much requested feature coming to racing sim GRID in the upcoming Season Two update - the ability to change the length of races in Career Mode.
Posting via Twitter and on the game's official forums, the studio revealed that after the update, you'll be able to go into the Options>Gameplay>Difficulty menu and adjust the length from the default x1 to x2, x3, x4 or x5 - making races up to five times as many laps long as usual. The multiplier applies per race, so using the example given, a three-race championship with each race three laps long will result in a three-race long championship with each race lasting fifteen laps with the x5 multiplier applied.
There's no specific date yet for the Season Two update, but Codemasters promise it's "right around the corner" so expect an announcement soon. In the meantime, a free trial for the game is now available via the PlayStation Store. GRID is out now for PlayStation 4, Xbox One, PC and Google Stadia - check out our review of the game here.
Some of you were happy with the length of races in GRID's Career mode, some of you wanted longer races.— Codemasters (@Codemasters) January 23, 2020
We've said, "Why not both?"
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