A few weeks ago, UK video game publisher <strong>Codemasters<\/strong> officially released the long-awaited <strong>2019 F1 game<\/strong>, 2019 FIA\u00a0FORMULA ONE's\u00a0official\u00a0videogame. It was a surprise early release, and so far, the game has got a cordial reception. The F2 feeder series and driver transfers are some of the highlights.\r\n\r\nBecause of the early <a href="https:\/\/happygamer.com\/codemasters-release-f1-2019-the-official-2019-formula-one-videogame-injects-realism-to-graphics-and-gameplay-15987\/" target="_blank" rel="noopener noreferrer">2019 F1 release<\/a>, some fans expected an early release as well for the returning Codemasters franchise <strong>Race Driver: GRID<\/strong>. But then, Codemasters has just pushed the release date for GRID to October 11.\r\n\r\nEarlier this year, the publisher had announced a September 13 release date for the title on <strong>PS4, Xbox One and PC<\/strong> (DVD & Steam).\r\n\r\nhttps:\/\/twitter.com\/Codemasters\/status\/1147128221495975941\r\n\r\n"With GRID receiving multiple nominations and awards at this year's E3 event in Los Angeles, including being named 'Best Racing Game' by GameInformer and DualShockers, the change has been made to give added exposure to a game we're hugely excited about. Thank you to our community for sharing in that excitement since we revealed GRID in May, as we add a brand new chapter to this storied racing franchise." wrote Chris Groves, Codemasters' community manager.\r\n\r\nThe upcoming GRID is the fourth edition and will succeed <strong>GRID Autosport<\/strong> which was released in 2014. While the delay seems like bad news, fans should appreciate the fact that the team is asking for more time to make the game even better, and up to date. One of the big features that Codemasters is bringing is an additional chapter.\r\n\r\nAlready, the trailers released so far point to a next-gen racing game with improved car handling, graphics, and overall gameplay.\r\n\r\nAmong the new features is the realistic car damage, a challenging risk the game offers. But it is also rewarding in terms of progression. The storyline is also perfect takes players to an immersive motorsports career where you start from the bottom and battle your way to the helms of the prestigious <strong>GRID World Series Championship<\/strong>.\r\n\r\nDuring <strong>E3 2019<\/strong> in California, Codemasters tested <strong>GRID's latest work-in-progress version<\/strong> and the game's director Chris Smith revealed a little more about the new <strong>Nemesis system<\/strong> during a chat with Gamertag Radio.\r\n\r\n[caption id="" align="aligncenter" width="4096"]<img src="http:\/\/blog.codemasters.com\/wp-content\/uploads\/2019\/05\/SanFran_Muscle_15_4K.jpg" alt="Race Driver: Grid 2019" width="4096" height="2160" \/> Codemasters[\/caption]\r\n\r\nThe new edition of Race Driver: GRID will have <strong>3 days early access<\/strong> from <strong>October 8<\/strong> for <strong>Ultimate Edition<\/strong> buyers. The GRID Edition will also feature a unique Aston Martin Vantage GT4, and <strong>Fernando Alonso<\/strong> is still an in-game racing consultant. Chris also confirmed that GRID is still among the launch titles for <strong>Google Stadia<\/strong>.\r\n\r\nCodemasters also revealed that it would be releasing some big announcements in the next few days. It is hard to speculate what could be in the pipeline but probably, a tease of the new chapter and of course gameplay trailers.