GRID Autosport Coming to Nintendo Switch in 2019

Grid Autosport released first in June 24, 2014 on previous generation of consoles and Microsoft Windows. The game was later ported to iOS and Android system of devices. The game is now gearing up for a Nintendo Switch release.

The Nintendo Switch version of Grid Autosport is developed by Feral Interactive, which also handled the Mac, iPhone and iPad versions. The Nintendo Switch version will release in 2019. Here is the official trailer showcasing more of racing simulator at its best. Check out the video here.

Grid Autosport challenges players to become pro-racers, mastering motorsport’s most exciting cars on the world’s most thrilling circuits, from the Indianapolis Motor Speedway to the city streets of Barcelona. With customisable difficulty and a range of driving disciplines, Grid Autosport delivers an irresistible mix of realistic handling and high-speed thrills.

Grid Autosport is developed by Codemaster and it is the ninth game in TOCA series. Following the release of Grid 2, the franchise is back on track of racing simulation and authentic driving experience.

Feral Interactive worked on Grid Autosport and brought it on macOS, Linux, iOS and Android platform. We are sure that Feral Interactive will bring the best possible version of the game for Nintendo Switch.

The game features a total of 103 cars, which also includes extra downloadable content cars. This is the second game in Grid series who have not featured Toyota cars.

The game feaures a total of 15 real-world circuit tracks. There are two fictional permanent circuits, 7 street circuits, and 4 point-to-point tracks. All in all a the game features a total of 28 different locations with 130 configurations.

Did you play Grid Autosport back in the day? Are you excited about the Nintendo Switch version of the game? Meanwhile, Let us know more your thoughts in comments section below.

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