The Return of Bathurst
We’ve got a couple of new additions to GRID 2 to tell you about today, one of which sees the return of an old favourite of ours, Bathurst. These new content packs will be available starting today:
The Bathurst Track Pack
Features two routes to race at the fearsome Mount Panorama, Motor Racing Circuit Bathurst and three cars packing raw power under the hood – the Nissan Skyline R32, Ford Racing Ute and Ford Sierra Cosworth RS500.
Classic GRID Pack
Features two stunning cars that made their mark in the original GRID, updated to race in GRID 2. Includes the Koenigsegg CCGT and the Pagani Zonda Revolución, the 2013 version of GRID’s Pagani Zonda R.
There will also be a selection of new achievements for you to earn across both packs:
Bush-bash – You completed a Time Attack event at Bathurst
Aussie Rules – You beat a lap time of 01:39:00 at Bathurst. (Excludes drift events)
Time Extended – You’ve won an online Checkpoint event at Bathurst
Outback and Gone – You reached a speed of over 220mph (354.056km/h) at Bathurst
Turn Back Time – You’ve won a drift event in a Koenigsegg CCGT (excludes Global Challenge events)
An Old Favourite – You’ve won an elimination event in a Pagani Zonda Revolución
If you’ve not picked up any of the GRID 2 DLC then there’s no better time, as we’ll also be releasing a bundle that contains all car and track content at a discount rate:
Receive all available downloadable cars and tracks for GRID 2 at a discounted rate of over 35% from individual pricing.
Demo Now Available
If you’ve not yet played GRID 2 then there’s now a demo now available. To give it a try simply head over to your platform store and hit download:
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