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GRIP to Launch This Fall

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Wired Productions and Caged Element Inc. will launch the futuristic arcade combat racer GRIP this fall for the PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC.

Included in the game are 19 tracks and 15 armored cars. Players can customize each vehicle with an array of varied decals. paint jobs, wheels, and other details. Also included is an arsenal of 11 weapons and power-ups, including explosive darts, mines, missiles, shields and turbos.

Members of the original team behind Rollcage have come together to create this game. According to Robert Baker, principal programmer for GRIP and former lead programmer at Rollcage’s developer, Attention to Detail:

[testimonials user=” email=” name=” position=” photo=”]“It’s a dream come true to once again find myself working on another great racing project. There are so many elements to GRIP that take me back, and I love the true racing experience that Rollcage, and now GRIP, both deliver. GRIP is truly poised to be the spiritual successor to the Rollcage games of the late 90s that so many people loved playing.”[/testimonials]

You can view a trailer below:

GRIP – Cross the Line this Fall [PEGI]

Source: Press Release
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