GRID 2 was originally released back in 2013 for PC, so even those of you with a slightly less than ideal gaming rig can enjoy this one. The game includes four decades’ worth of real-life vehicles and iconic locations like Paris’ Le Trocadero and Indianapolis’ Infield Circuit. GRID 2 uses a system Codemasters calls “TrueFeel” which balances accessibility with realistic handling and physics. It’s intended for racing fans and casual admirers alike, so don’t worry if you’re not up on your racing jargon.
It’s not just the base GRID 2 game up for grabs at Humble though. Interested parties can also grab the Bathurst and Spa-Francorchamps track packs. Bathurst adds two routes from Australia’s Mount Panorama Bathurst Motor Racing Circuit, as well as two extra vehicles to race with. Spa-Francorchamps adds another four routes from the circuit of the same name plus two more vehicles. Given that GRID 2 regularly retails for $29.99 and its DLCs go for $9.99 each, that’s a massive $49.97 you’re saving on quality racing entertainment.
All you’ll need to do to take advantage of Humble’s offer is head over to their website, click “Get the Game”, and follow the instructions. Once you’ve done so, you’ll receive a game key in your email inbox. Remember that all keys must be redeemed before March 21st – irrespective of the March 16th deal expiry date – or they’ll disappear Cinderella-style. You can grab GRID 2 and its DLCs while stocks last, and although it’s rare for Humble to run out it has been known to happen in the past so go grab your copy now to avoid disappointment.
While you’re there, don’t forget to check out the Humble Strategy Bundle, which packs in greats like Stellaris, Offworld Trading Company, and Sid Meier’s Civilization VI. There’s also Humble Monthly, which is offering Northgard, Mutant Year Zero: Road to Eden, and Absolver: Downfall as early unlocks if you subscribe within the next 21 days.
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