Grid Autosport is a racing game from Codemasters and the game sells for USD $39.99 on the steam store, now it’s available free for a limited time.
GameSessions is offering this racing simulation game for absolutely nothing. All you need to do have an account at GameSession and play the game for just five minutes, that’s it and it’s yours forever.
Visit the giveaway page, hit the “Download Free Game” and download the installer.
Run this installer to download required files.
Once you finished downloading required files, run the GameSessions launcher.
Log in with your account and play the game for 5 minutes. You will notice a big banner in the game that Promo was activated, that’s it.
About Grid Autosport:
This is the ninth game in the TOCA 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.
In Grid Autosport, the player acts like a racing driver with
opportunities to start and build their own 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
own tastes via the single-player Custom Cup mode, and play
against each other via the multiplayer Splitscreen mode.
It is the first game in 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’ own community hub, on which players can form racing clubs, earn XP
and cash as they race and fulfill sponsor objectives, then use their earnings to purchase and upgrade vehicles.