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GRID: Autosport, the version of Nintendo Switch of the popular series of games of car Codemasters, has confirmed the addition of one of their first major updates. It is a patch that adds local multiplayer wirelessly for eight players and up to two users on the same machine thanks to the split-screen. But what is more important is that, once the end of the year, its leaders will allow us to play with the steering wheel carton of Nintendo Labo if they want to.
GRID: Autosport it is an improved conversion of the game that was released years ago on PlayStation 3, Xbox 360 and PC. The title, which includes five main categories of vehicles -such as touring car, endurance, tuning, racing cars, and urban – offers many options such as the possibility of driving car muscle, supertuning, hypercar, compact and a wide range of high performance cars through a bunch of tracks, paths, turns, and circuits. However, in GRID we challenge you to become professional pilots, dominating the vehicles and most spectacular circuits most exciting of all over the world, many of them design completely faithful to their counterparts in real life, because the game has versions from Indianapolis Motor Speedway the streets of Barcelona.
half-way between simulation and arcade, and with more than a hundred cars available, GRID: Autosport was released in September for Nintendo Switch. Developed by Feral Interactive and Codemasters, is one of the leading exponents of the genre on the console of Nintendo. If you want to know more, we recommend our full analysis.
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