Grid Racedriver 2 is available on PC
Grid Racedriver 2 has the option of advanced Direct X which usually result in enhanced graphics. If your system is not good enough for these higher levels of DX the game should still run ok
Grid Racedriver 2 has a co-op mode so you can play with your mates on the same side, usually through the main story mode
Grid Racedriver 2 is designed to be played with other people or it is heavily bias towards that type of gameplay
Grid Racedriver 2 can be played with a gamepad or Xbox 360 controller
Grid Racedriver 2 can be played with a steering wheel and foot pedals
XBox 360 Game
Grid Racedriver 2 is available on the Microsoft XBox 360 console
Grid Racedriver 2 is available on the Sony PS3 console
Check out this video of myself going hands-on with Grid 2 after far too much Captain Morgans. If nothing else, it’s a testament to why driving a car inebriated is a baaaaaad idea.
This video was shot after an indepth chat with one of the great devs over at Codemasters. We discussed all sorts including how the Grid 2 System Requirements were shaping up for the Grid 2 release next summer...
GRID 2 Minimum System Requirements
OS: Microsoft Windows XP, Vista or Windows 7
CPU: AMD Athlon 64 X2 Dual Core 5200+ or Intel Celeron E3400 Dual-Core 2.6Ghz
GPU: AMD Radeon HD 5550 512MB or NVIDIA GeForce GT 230
DX: DirectX 9
GRID 2 Recommended System Requirements
OS: Windows 7
CPU: AMD Phenom 9600B Quad-Core or Intel Core 2 Quad Q6400 2.13GHz
GPU: AMD Radeon HD 4870 or Nvidia GeForce GTX 260
DX: DirectX 11
Bare in mind these are not official GRID 2 requirements and we may change them closeer to the time.
Now check this awesome video ---- Go Team GD!
Don’t drink and drive kiddies!
So as you heard in the video Grid 2 will not have a cockpit view this time around. Apparently 95% of people didnt use this feature and it takes time to develop and extra PC RAM that can be used elsewhere. We are advised that the RAM is going to be used to enhance the lighting and in-game physics via a new Grid 2 lighting engine known as Beast!
Awesome names aside, we then spoke to a fan who said that he was very sad to not have the cockpit view, but despite that actually ever only used that view for "casual" driving. When driving online competitevly the fan said they always used the bonnet view, which is still in the game as is chase cam.
Which view would you use?
Welcome. From this page you can submit a personal benchmark to GD. Once approved by GD admin everyone can search for your bench results here. The more results the more we all learn.
There are lots of free benchmark tools that test parts of your PC. Select a Type in the form to the right, then select a Tool and then select a Test. You will see a weblink appear beside your selection. Click this link to get the benchmark Tool. Try NovaBench for an all in one benchmark that is only 12Mb to download.
Run your choosen Benchmark Tool on your PC, using the benchmark tool's default setting. Take a screenshot displaying the benchmark score and information displaying your rig and submit that to us.