In the past, circuit-based racing titles have encouraged gamers to complete lap after lap around the same track. No matter how visually-appealing the game's graphics are, or how solid the gameplay mechanics are, things do tend to get a little repetitive after a while.
Codemasters has released a new trailer to show how the developer will combat the aforementioned issue by introducing LiveRoutes to its upcoming racer, GRID 2
. The latest feature results in every junction in a race environment having six different direction-switching possibilities that will alter dynamically throughout each rubber-burning contest. The introduction of this exclusive development to GRID 2
means that racers will, quite literally, have no idea what's coming up from one lap to the next. How do your racing reactions shape up?
The game's rev counter has been hitting the limiter in recent weeks as various locations have been uncovered, including the Algarve
, Cote d'Azur and Paris
, as well as Indianapolis
Routes will start changing at the drop of a hat when GRID 2
races into North America on May 28th, and Europe on May 31st.