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Friday, 10 August 2012 07:19

Codies spending heavily on Grid 2

Written by David Stellmack



Has been in development for 2 years


Codemasters wants to get Grid 2 right. So right, in fact, that the game has been in pre-production for almost two years and the company is spending heavily to achieve something unique and different. Of course, the priority is to get it right and Codemasters knows this.

Codemasters claims that it the development costs of Grid 2 have exceeded what they have spent on any other Codemasters’ title to date. The company hopes to raise the bar compared to what they achieved with the first Grid title.

According to our sources, Grid 2 will be the first title to take advantage of the latest enhanced version of the Ego engine that will feature new technology that has been in development for over five years at Codemasters.

Grid 2 will be coming next year and is planned for release on the Xbox 360, PlayStation 3, and PC. A more exact arrival date will be announced in the future, but our sources say that Codemasters is targeting summer or early fall for release.

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