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GRID Season 3 Showcase: new cars, the Suzuka Circuit and Achievements

Published: 13:43, 09 April 2020
GRID Season 3 - Bugatti Veyron 16.4 Super Sport
GRID Season 3 - Bugatti Veyron 16.4 Super Sport

GRID's Season 3 is coming in mid-April. The expansion will bring six new cars, a fresh track with six route variations and a bunch of customization additions. The customization additions will take the form of new liveries, patterns and player cards.

GRID's Season 3 Showcase on YouTube just wrapped up and the video confirmed that the new season will become available on 15 April for Xbox One, PlayStation 4 and PC via Steam. Season 3 is also coming soon to Google Stadia.

The Cars

  • Ferrari FXX-K Evo
  • Koenigsegg Agera RS
  • Koenigsegg Jesko
  • Bugatti Veyron 16.4 SuperSport - also available as a Loan car in Multiplayer for all GRID players.

For Ultimate Edition and Season 3 owners, each of these cars will be available in all game modes. For all GRID players, the Bugatti Veyron 16.4 SuperSport will be available as a loan car in Multiplayer modes.

Bonus cars:

  • Honda NSX-GT
  • NISSAN GT-R Racing Car (GT500 Spec)

The bonus cars will be available for purchase to all owners of GRID, regardless of the edition.

The track

Players will be visiting Japan and its Suzuka Circuit. Doesn't matter which of the six routes the players choose - each of the nine weather and time of day conditions will be at the disposal of all GRID players.

The extras

GRID Season 3’s additional features include nine new achievements and trophies, 33 new Career events, 14 liveries, six livery patterns, ten player cards and banners.

Five of the liveries will be unlocked by default and the rest of the customisation additions are unlockable through the Career mode.

Multiplayer/Freeplay Credit Boosts

A bunch of changes is coming to Multiplayer and Freeplay modes - coming with Season 3, credit rewards for competing in these modes will be increased by up to ten times their previous amounts.

New achievements

The new achievements will require players to beat lap times with specific cars on individual tracks from each Season. Game designer, Bradley Whelan told True Achievements that both human and AI testing was used to match the achievement times and their difficulty.

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