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Codemasters Reveals Grid 2 Drift Events & Asian Locations



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Codemasters have just released a brand new GRID 2 gameplay video, showcasing the games new drift events and reveals key Asian locations, including the addition of Hong Kong, which are set to feature in the game, all of which you can check out in the video below.

The ‘World Series Racing 3: Asia – New Frontiers’ video focuses on the Asian cars, clubs and locations set to star in GRID 2. Racers earn points for style and form in Drift events on steep and aggressive mountain roads filled with hairpins inspired by Okutama in Japan. Open Road racing is represented with Touge events in Hong Kong, where players must close the gap and take their chance to pass in one-on-one, contactless sprints.

The Street Racing category is showcased in Dubai, as cars power down highways and speed past stunning skyscrapers in this distinctive city fuelled by petrol-powered wealth. Track Racing is shown at Yas Marina in Abu Dhabi, one of the most advanced and thrilling dedicated racing circuits in the world which has played host to a wide range of motorsport up to the very highest level.

Drift events in GRID 2 push players to show their skill in maintaining style and form as they break traction on ribbons of asphalt. Available in career mode, split-screen and online, each Drift event features three short multi-car runs on technical sections featuring combinations of corners and hairpins. Players must record the highest score possible, earning points for the speed, angle and duration of their drift as well as proximity to drift markers on corners. Drifting in GRID 2 requires players to look at cars in a different way, rewarding them for car control in a vehicle’s most unstable state on each and every spectacular run.

GRID 2, the long-awaited sequel to the BAFTA-award winning, critically acclaimed Race Driver: GRID, will ship to retail on May 28 for the Xbox 360, PS3 and PC.

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  • I was looking forward to this game until I read something about dynamically altering tracks. I hope this drifting stuff is evenly balanced along with other disciplines in the game. Drifting (and Gymkhana in DiRT 3) are my least favourite disciplines although I usually do pretty well in them.