Grid Speeds Onto Mac On March 28th
Author: Ryan Winslett
published: 2013-03-12 14:56:34
Speed junkies gaming on Mac can go ahead and start revving their engines because, come March 28, you’ll be able to play Feral Interactive’s mega-racer, Grid.
Developed and published by Codemasters for PC and consoles, Grid is finally careening onto the Mac platform courtesy of publisher Feral Interactive. Along with all of the requisite online racing options, players will be able to tear up just about every drivable surface known to man in the Grid World career mode, which features everything from city streets and mountain roads to real world tracks like Le Mans. You’ll have to master five distinct driving disciplines if you want to be known as the best in the world.
“Style meets substance in Grid, an exhilarating mix of sublime handling, dazzling visuals and extreme speed that puts players behind the wheel of massively race-turned road cars by manufacturers such as Porsche, Lamborghini and Aston Martin,” reads a statement from Feral. “With sophisticated damage model, adjustable difficulty setting and handy ‘Flashback’ feature, Grid rides the sweet spot between sim realism and full-on arcade racing.”
The Feral Legends version of Grid comes with everything the core game has to offers, as well as the 8-Ball and Prestige DLC packs. These bad boys add an extra 18 cars to the mix, as well as two new events and a brand new track.
“Grid is an awesome addition to the Feral Legends label and an incredibly accessible game,” said Feral Managing Director David Stephen. “If you want to race on a Mac, this is the place to start.”
Grid hits Macs on March 28 for $24.99. According to Feral, it will be “available online for direct download from a variety of digital partner sites worldwide.”
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