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  1. 4 hours ago, pulco said:
    Ultimate Edition
    Main Game
    + Season 1
    + Season 2
    + Season 3
    + Grid Edition Aston Martin Vantage GT4
    + Grid Edition Pontiac Firebird Modified
    + Grid Edition Chevrolet Corvette C7.R
    + Grid Edition Mitsubishi Lancer Evolution VI Time Attack
    + Grid Edition Renault R26
    + Player Cards
    + Player Banners
    + Unique Liveries
    + VIP Status

    It doesn't say anything about them being ultimate edition exclusives.

    I know it's Saturday, but can we get a clarification about that @ChrisGrovesMCM?


  2. You can manage your own team, as you can choose your teammate. As for buying cars, we don't know but if you have your own team, that would make sense.

    And no, there's no drifting at launch, the fact sheet is a fact sheet, it's not going to change.

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  3. It's 12 locations across 8 countries.

    As for Codemasters dying, that's simply not true. They've made a lot of money with DiRT Rally, and I'm certain they at least break even with their other games (maybe not ONRUSH though).


  4. I've edited the first post to mention that some classes are just a guess. I think I'm correct about GT Group 1 and 2 though, the TCR cars are part of the TC-2 class and I can't see TC-1 being a lower category, I'd guess it's DTM cars and the like.


  5. I thought it would be a good idea to list all the confirmed cars here, as a thread like this doesn't exist yet.

    Touring Cars

    TC-2

    2018 Volkswagen Golf GTI TCR (Screenshots)

    Super Touring (supposedly)

    1994 Alfa Romeo 155 TS (Announcement trailer)

    Stock Cars

    Muscle

    1970 Chevrolet Camaro Z28 (Screenshots)

    2010 Chevrolet Camaro SS (Screenshots)

    2012 Dodge Challenger SRT-8 392 (Gameplay trailer)

    1970 Ford Mustang Mach 1 (Gameplay trailer)

    1970 Plymouth 'Cuda AAR (Gameplay trailer)

    1970 Pontiac Firebird Trans Am (Screenshots)

    Tuners

    World Time Attack (supposedly)

    Mitsubishi Lancer Evo VI Time Attack (Fact sheet)

    GT

    GT Group 1 (supposedly)

    2014 Chevrolet Corvette C7.R (Box art)

    2016 Ferrari 488 GTE (Screenshots)

    2017 Porsche 911 RSR (Box art)

    GT Group 2 (supposedly)

    Aston Martin Vantage GT4 (Fact sheet)

    Formula J

    2006 Renault R26 (Fact sheet) (supposedly)

    Class Unknown

    1964 Ford GT40 Mk.1

     

    And that's it for now. Let me know if I've missed anything.

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  6. I still think it's completely stupid that people are still mad about Grid 2 not having an interior camera six years later...

    The interior view in Grid 1 was really bad too because it was angled towards the ground on pretty much every car except open wheelers.

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  7. 3 hours ago, Ak1504 said:

    I hope the driving is like in Autosport and not that imprecise and understeery like it was in the first Grid. 

    I really disagree. Grid 1's handling was a lot of fun and Autosport feels a bit boring in comparison.


  8. Well, that clearly isn't the actual reason, because previous games didn't send your times to the leaderboards unless you were connected to Racenet. Times aren't an issue, but maybe something else is, progress for example. It also can't be some sort of DRM because you can access everything else offline.

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  9. 3 minutes ago, Black75 said:

    uhm, yeah probably you're right... in case: we just have to adapt! i tried to hear french calls (always on yt) to verify but I didn't understand anything 😜

    I checked and he does say "right 6", but I think that's because the French and German localisations have professional co-drivers, so they adapted the pace notes themselves.

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  10. 6 hours ago, Black75 said:

    Hi there! well, my 1st try will be tomorrow, but i can say one thing already now: I've heard pace note calls (from vids on yt) both in english and italian (my language) and i noticed english calls are kind of: "six left don't cut...". in italian vids (PS4 version, i haven't found italian pc streams) the same i've heard: "sei sinistra non tagliare (six left don't cut). The problem is that i (we all) never heard an italian codriver call this way, an italian codriver say "sinistra sei non tagliare (left six don't cut)"... the radius is always called after the direction, in the same way it happen in the first Dirt Rally (other Dirt titles and other rally games). I'm not sure this thing can be considered or not a bug (maybe it is a choice), and after all we can get used to it, but it would be more natural for italians drivers to hear calls with direction first and radius following the direction. 🙂

    I think that's just the way Phil Mills does it and they did the pacenotes the same way for all languages.

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