The GRID Autosport racing game, which mixes arcade and simulation elements, has just been released for Android. Ported by Feral Interactive, the game is now available on the Play Store.
After being ported to Linux by Feral himself in December 2015, and for iOS in late 2017, it was Android's turn to receive its triple A version, GRID Autosport. According to the developer, all the features and graphics of the mobile version of the game are exactly the same as those present in console versions.
All DLCs that have been released to the game over time have been ported and included in the Android version. As for the controls, the player can choose between: gyroscope, steering wheel, directional arrows and gamepad. Next you can check out the official Android-powered trailer for Feral Interactive.
The devices officially supported by the game are: Samsung Galaxy S8, Samsung Galaxy Note8, Samsung Galaxy S9, Samsung Galaxy Note9, Samsung Galaxy S10, Samsung Galaxy S10 +, Samsung Galaxy S10e, Google Pixel 2, Google Pixel 2 XL, Google Pixel 3, Google Pixel 3 XL, Google Pixel 4, and Google Pixel 4 XL, HTC U12 +, LG V30 +, Motorola Moto Z2 Force, Nokia 8, Razer Phone, Sony Xperia XZ1, Sony Xperia XZ2 Compact, Xiaomi Pocophone F1, Huawei Honor 10, Huawei Mate 20, OnePlus 5T, and OnePlus 6T.
If your device is not in this list, it does not necessarily mean that it is not compatible with the game. Although only the devices listed above are officially supported, according to Feral, the game should work on the vast majority of devices running Android 9 Pie or higher. If your device is not compatible (as my case), when accessing the game page in the Play Store you should see a message like the one that appeared to me, example below.
Now let's touch on that subject that usually makes people wipe the smile off their faces. Price The game is coming out for $ 48.99, which is a somewhat high price if we compare with the average similar game prices available for the platform. As for the quality of the game, if it's really superior to its cheaper alternatives, it's testing to know.
I have owned the game on Steam for some time now, and have played it for several hours on Linux. I really enjoyed the game, but particularly would not buy the Android version for that price. Of course, that's a matter of taste, and if you're a big GRID fan, it's probably worth the investment.
In addition, there are also many cases of people who do not have a console, or a computer good enough to play games like this. In such cases, it is very likely that buying the game for this amount may be worth it.
Interested in purchasing GRID Autosport for Android? Regardless of what your answer is, tell us why you think it is worthwhile or not to buy a product like this in that price range.
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