Update (11th Sep, 11:30 BST): GRID Autosport developer Feral Interactive has now shared a brand new gameplay video which lets us see just how good the game looks on Switch. You can check it out for yourself above – we think it’s looking rather lovely indeed.
Original Article (9th Sep, 16:30 BST): It feels like almost every game under the sun is launching on Switch in September, but now we have another one with a confirmed date. Yes, AAA racer GRID Autosport zooms onto the Switch scene on the 19th.
The news comes alongside confirmation that the game will initially be a single-player experience on Switch, with a free, future multiplayer update already being worked on by the development team. The game will be priced at $34.99 / £29.99 / €34.99 and is already available to pre-purchase from the eShop.
If you’ve missed our previous coverage on this one – such as the recent confirmation that the game will support GameCube controllers – feel free to check out this official description below:
Originally developed and published by Codemasters for consoles and Windows, and later brought to iPhone and iPad by Feral Interactive, GRID Autosport will be the first full-on racing simulator to come to Nintendo Switch.
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, an extensive range of control options and a wide variety of driving disciplines, GRID Autosport delivers an irresistible mix of realistic handling and high-speed thrills, at home or on the move.
Are you looking forward to this one? How’s your September Switch wishlist looking? We’ve got this, The Legend of Zelda: Link’s Awakening, Dragon Quest XI S: Echoes of an Elusive Age – Definitive Edition, Mario Kart Tour, Ni no Kuni: Wrath of the White Witch, DAEMON X MACHINA, Untitled Goose Game, Spyro Reignited Trilogy – which is out now – as well as all the SNES games, the Nintendo Switch Lite, and more.
How are we supposed to afford all of this, Nintendo?