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There’s always something exciting when we get a graphics card driver which bundles in support for new hardware products, with everyone doubtless keen to find out how these new video cards perform in the real world. AMD’s Radeon Software Adrenalin 2019 Edition 19.10.1 driver rolls in support for the upcoming ¬¬gc_id:4824[AMD Radeon RX 5500 4GB]¬¬, ¬¬gc_id:4825[AMD Radeon RX 5500 XT 8GB]¬¬, and the ¬¬gc_id:4826[AMD Radeon RX 5500M 8GB]¬¬ mobile graphics card.
Rev your engines, ladies and gents, it’s almost launch day for ¬¬g_id:35942[GRID]¬¬. Well, for some folks who get a head-start, that is. As is seemingly customary these days, forking out for the GRID Ultimate Edition will let you play three days early on October 8th, while all us peasants will have to make do with a standard launch on October 11th.
GRID may have suffered a recent delay which pushed it back to October but, in the meantime, Codemasters have sent along the PC system specs for the GRID (2019). The first new GRID game in over five years, the GRID reboot offers heaps of racing disciplines, some of the most iconic cars in motorsport, and a massive visual overhaul. Here are the PC system requirements needed to run GRID 4.
Codemasters have said that they want to give more time to building up exposure to their upcoming racing game Grid. And in so doing they have pushed back their development finish line to the 11th October. It was set to release a month earlier in the beginning of September 2019.
If money’s a bit tight right now then help is at hand thanks to a couple more PC gaming freebies. They really do love giving out free games these days, don’t they?
Codemasters has announced a reboot of sorts for its GRID Racedriver series. Trimming the name down to simply ‘GRID’, the new simulation racer will be coming to PC, PlayStation 4, and Xbox One on September 13th, 2019.
Codemasters has dropped the first proper in-game trailer for the upcoming F1 2019, building up some hype before it launches at the end of next month.
Ladies and gents, start your engines, the PC system requirements for F1 2018 have been revealed. Codemasters' gloriously good-looking digital recreation of one of the world's fastest motorsports revels in the attention to detail. Fortunately, immersing yourself in the thrills of F1 2018 doesn't require forking out the cash for a Ferrari. PC gamers can play F1 2018 and race around Monaco for a far more reasonable cost.
Like clockwork, Codemasters has announced F1 2018, the official video game of the 2018 FIA Formula One World Championship, almost a year to do the day since F1 2017 was announced.
Rev your engines, try to muster up some enthusiasm, it’s Need For Speed time again. Oh how we’ve missed you for the last two years, we don’t know where we’d be without you. Playing Forza Horizon 3 probably, in truth. Anyway, Need For Speed Payback’s out next week, but you can play it right now if you drop some cash on EA or Origin Access on Xbox One or PC.
It’s been three long years packed with delays but the Gran Turismo series is at long last ready to debut on the PlayStation 4. Gran Turismo Sport will be launching on October 17th around the world, around the same time as the Xbox One’s fourth Forza game arrives.

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