GRID 2 Has Been Delisted From Digital Storefronts
GRID 2, the 2013 sequel to Race Driver: GRID, is no longer available on digital storefronts across PC, PS3 or Xbox 360.
The game has been removed from sale, and while the reasons for this aren't clear, odds are that rights to cars, tracks, or music may have expired. Race Driver: GRID was similarly delisted in January 2017.
If you visit the game's Steam page, you're greeted with the following message: "at the request of the publisher, GRID 2 is no longer available for sale on Steam." The game is also no longer available to purchase digitally on either Xbox 360 or PS3, although no reason is listed on either store.
It's a shame, because GRID 2 was a great racer. As Shaun McInnis said in his 8.5/10 review back in 2013, "this is a game that wants you to experience the thrill of breakneck street racing, and gives you all the tools necessary to do just that."
If you've purchased GRID 2 at an earlier point, it remains available to download onto your account and play.
GRID is being rebooted later this year with a new series entry, which will release on PC, PS4 and Xbox One on October 11. The third game in the series, GRID Autosport, is also getting ported to Switch.
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