GRID™ Autosport
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GRID Autosport (NSP, XCI) ROM + v1.10.1-70328 Update + DLC

GRID Autosport SWITCH ROM - This game is a 2014 racing video game developed by Codemasters for Microsoft Windows, PlayStation 3, Xbox 360, Linux, iOS, macOS, Nintendo Switch, and Android.

App Name GRID™ Autosport
Genres Racing, Simulation, Sports
Realese Year 2019
Image Format NSP
Region USA
Latest Version 1.10.1-70328
Language Chinese, English, French, German, Italian, Japanese, Korean, Portuguese, Russian, Spanish
Required Firmware 14.1.2
File Size 6GB

GRID Autosport is a 2014 racing video game developed by Codemasters for Microsoft Windows, PlayStation 3, Xbox 360, Linux, iOS, macOS, Nintendo Switch, and Android. It is the third game in the Grid series. It aims to move the series back towards “more authentic racing games” following the release of Grid 2, which Codemasters felt was not as well-received by the company’s core fanbase as it was hoped for. The developers consequently introduced major modifications to the handling model and built a lean, race-first-oriented design for this title.

Many critics who praised the game cited how Codemasters seemed to have “gone back to its roots”, with aspects from its early games in the series. Feral Interactive, who brought the game to macOS and Linux, also brought the game to iOS on 27 November 2017. The Nintendo Switch version, also from Feral Interactive, was released on 19 September 2019, and their Android version of the game was released on 26 November.

GRID Autosport

A sequel, Grid, was released on in October 2019 for Microsoft Windows, PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and Stadia. Introducing GRID Autosport, the premier racing simulator on Nintendo Switch, designed for an unbeatable blend of high-speed excitement and realistic handling. Immerse yourself in a pro-racing career, mastering the fastest cars on renowned tracks, from Indianapolis Motor Speedway to Barcelona’s city streets.

Race wherever, whenever – experience top-tier AAA racing at home or on the go! Engage in 8-player online or local wireless races, or go head-to-head in 2-player split-screen matches. Customize controls and difficulty to tailor the challenge, ranging from easygoing to intensely demanding. Discover an array of vehicles and circuits, from the McLaren 12C GT3 to the MAZDA RX-7 (FD3S) DRIFT TUNED. Unleash Muscle Cars, super modified models, Hypercars, and more across numerous tracks, roads, laps, and loops.

GRID Autosport


In Grid Autosport, the player acts as a racing driver with opportunities to start and build their racing career via the single-player Career mode, enter competitions with fellow players on the web via the multiplayer Online mode, customize their racing experience (vehicle, circuit, race type, difficulty, etc.) to their tastes via the single-player Custom Cup mode, and play against each other via the multiplayer Splitscreen mode. It is the first video game in the GRID series not to feature Vehicle Customization this time in a single-player career as only featured in online mode. The Career mode is divided into seasons before which the player each time has to choose between offers from the game’s racing teams.

The teams – including the best-in-the-business Ravenwest, making a return from Race Driver: Grid – each have different season objectives and sponsor objectives, the achievement of which earns extra experience points (XP) for the players besides those received for their results. Online racing is conducted via RaceNet, Codemasters’ community hub on which players can form racing clubs, earn XP and cash as they race fulfill sponsor objectives, and then use their earnings to purchase and upgrade vehicles. Soon after the game’s release, they were also presented with sets of specific challenges, called RaceNet Challenges, announced by Codemasters. Grid Autosport emphasizes the concept of racing disciplines, making them into the new event categories.

GRID Autosport

There are five main categories: Touring, Endurance, Open Wheel, Tuner, and Street. During Career mode, the player picks a particular event in one of these categories, with each event (a string of races) making up a season. Each discipline features markedly different cars and race types. The latter include standard Races, Endurance races with tire wear enabled, Time attack events, Drift events, and – as downloadable content (DLC) – Time Trials, Drag, and point-to-point Sprint races. These are all accessible in Custom Cup mode as well, in which the player can also choose to participate in certain special event types, such as Checkpoint, Eliminator, and Demolition Derby.  Focusing on providing a more realistic driving experience, the studio revamped its damage model, adding new elements, such as a wear and tear system, which means car parts lose performance through general use and a suspension damage system.

It also introduced a new team radio philosophy in which the player can request information on car damage, gaps, rival position, and teammate position. The player can also ask their engineer to instruct their teammates to attack, defend, or hold their position. By popular demand, Codemasters retained its unique Flashback feature from previous Grid installments with which the players can rewind their races a few seconds and resume it earlier if needed. Cockpit View also made a return, after being absent, very much to the dismay of the core fanbase, in Grid 2. Aside from such elements, the developers generally decided to strip the game down and do away with everything that stood in the way of raw racing. These features included the Grid 2 narrator-driven career mode and superfluous menus.

GRID Autosport


The cars in the disciplines of Grid Autosport are further divided into tiers and classes of various strengths. Some of the highlights of the vehicles on offer are the contemporary BTCC (Class C), Stock Car Brasil (Class A), and V8 Supercars (Super Tourers) of the Touring discipline (e. g. Chevrolet Cruze and Holden Commodore (VF, as well as the present-day and classic GT cars of the Endurance discipline (like the Mercedes-Benz SLS AMG GT3 (Category B) and the Ford GT40 Mk I).

The Dallara DW12 chassis of the IndyCar Series (Formula A) from the Open Wheel discipline, American muscle cars (e. g. the Ford Mustang Boss 302), among others, representing the Tuner discipline, and the likes of the Bugatti Veyron 16.4 Super Sport and the Koenigsegg Agera R (Hypercars) representing the Street discipline. In total, including DLCs, the game features 103 cars. This is the second video game under the Grid series not to feature Toyota cars and the First in the series not to feature the Chevrolet Corvette.

GRID Autosport


In the case of the tracks, the main emphasis is on real-world permanent circuits which make up the majority of the courses in the game. These range from classics, such as Spa-Francorchamps, Brands Hatch, Mount Panorama, and Indianapolis, to more modern facilities, like the Circuit of the Americas, Sepang, the Red Bull Ring, and the Yas Marina Circuit in Abu Dhabi.

City locations with fictionally lined, but mostly real-world streets of San Francisco, Paris, Dubai, etc., and – as DLCs – fictional point-to-point tracks in authentic settings complete the picture. In all, players can race on 15 real-world permanent circuits, 2 fictional permanent circuits, 7 street circuits, and 4 point-to-point tracks, including additional content, for a total of 28 locations with over 130 configurations.

GRID Autosport


Seize control using the Nintendo LABO Toy-Con Car & Pedal or the HORI Pro Deluxe and Pro Mini wheels. Conquer five distinct racing disciplines:

  • Touring: Navigate intense pack races.
  • Endurance: Test endurance in all-night events.
  • Tuner: Dominate Drift and Time Attack challenges.
  • Open-Wheel: Perfect racing lines at high speeds.
  • Street: Conquer tight city circuits for an adrenaline rush.

GRID Autosport (NSP, XCI) ROM + v1.10.1-70328 Update + DLC Download


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