Published by Wired Productions and developed by Caged Element, GRIP: Combat Racing is going to be bringing people back to the old school days of arcade style automotive aggression. The game is known for its heavy weaponry and gravity defying tracks that vehicles grip onto as they drive. GRIP: Combat Racing features both local and online multiplayer, which is the focal point of their latest trailer.
Let’s see how GRIP: Combat Racing‘s multiplayer looks.
According to the official press release, here are the multiplayer features you can expect from GRIP when it rolls onto the PlayStation 4 this winter:
- Split-screen competitive play in both Race and Arena modes
- 10 Player online multiplayer with full lobby and matchmaking
- Full tournament building support allowing racers to combine race modes and arenas from across GRIP’s galaxy to build
bespoke playlists and competitions with friends
- Online leaderboards for Carkour and Race modes
Inspired by Rollcage, a combat racer the team previously worked on, Caged Element aims to get the physics just right for this collision course. In addition to all this multiplayer functionality, GRIP also offers twenty-two tracks, fifteen combat vehicles, and nine power-ups.
For more on the gameplay, be sure to read our hands on preview of GRIP: Combat Racing from our time at GDC 2018, so you can decide if you want to pick this game up when it releases November 6, 2018.
GRIP Combat Racing Multiplayer Trailer Shows Local and Online Options