GRID Legends Gets New Story Mode Gameplay, Introduces Ncuti Gatwa as Racing Rival

GRID Legends Gets New Story Mode Gameplay, Introduces Ncuti Gatwa as Racing Rival

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Richard Walker

Codemasters has today offered a first look at gameplay from GRID Legends' Story Mode, ahead of the game's launch next month, as well as an introduction to award-winning actor Ncuti Gatwa, who will portray Valentin Manzi, a rival racer for the Voltz Racing team.

Manzi will drive the Tushek TS 900 Racer Pro hypercar, which makes its video game debut in GRID Legends - in real-life, only twelve of the hybrid cars - which is capable of a 380kph top speed - will be produced, but you'll be able to get behind the wheel in GRID Legends.

Titled ‘Driven to Glory’, GRID Legends' story promises high-stakes racing, with live-action opponents to take on across a range of real-world venues, including a street race in London. You can take a peek at the game's Story Mode in the latest gameplay trailer below.

GRID Legends launches for Xbox Series X|S, Xbox One, PlayStation 5, PlayStation 4, and PC on 25th February, with more than 250 Career events to tackle and over 100 vehicles to drive, encompassing a range of racing disciplines, including open-wheel, big rigs, muscle cars, and more.

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  • As someone who's played racing games for more than 3 decades (and is my most played genre) i can say that MOST racing game fans don't care about a story.

    I didn't watch that trailer and as long as Codies allows you to skip that crap, then i will consider buying it, if not they've lost a sale.
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