Codemasters’ First Quest-native Racing Sim to Launch on Quest 2 Subsequent Week – Street to VR

EA’s Codemasters is on the point of launch its first Quest-native title subsequent week, a VR model of well-liked arcade racing sim GRID Legends.

GRID Legends for Quest is about to launch on January twelfth, which is sort of the shock since we haven’t heard something of it earlier than discovering the itemizing on the Quest Store. The sport is at present accessible for pre-order, priced repeatedly at $30, however on pre-order sale for $27.

The sport is claimed to incorporate the total single-player story mode, race creator to design races, and on-line multiplayer, which sadly doesn’t embrace cross-play with flatscreen variations of the sport.

The one data accessible for now comes from the shop itemizing, which features a trailer and some pictures displaying off some gameplay stills and the storage.

From the itemizing, it’s clear GRID Legends goes to be a hefty obtain at an anticipated 31.1GB, so make sure that to have loads of storage room accessible.

This isn’t EA’s or Codemasters’ first VR title, though it’s their first Quest-native recreation, collectively talking. The studios launched PC VR help for F1 2022, bringing the beloved racing sim franchise to VR for the primary time. EA’s Motive Studios additionally launched the well-received Star Wars: Squadrons arcade dogfighter to SteamVR and PSVR in October 2020.

EA’s Respawn Leisure holds the honour of the dad or mum firm’s first Quest-native title with Medal of Honor: Above and Past, which launched on Quest 2 and SteamVR headsets in December 2020.