What you need to know
- This is the second round of multiplayer beta testing for GRID Autosport on Android to be announced in 2019.
- GRID Autosport was previously launched as a single player racing experience for iOS back in 2017.
- If you're interesting in participating you just need to fill out this sign up form.
Codemasters and Feral Interactive have once again taken to Twitter to recruit a second group of Android beta testers interested in playing GRID Autosport's multiplayer mode ahead of its long awaited release.
The last beta was announced in April and was held from May to July, allowing testers to race against three other drivers in online races. The matchmaking system took its sweet during the first beta but when you actually got into a race it was by far the best racing sim I've played on mobile.
Android players! For those of you that have been eagerly awaiting #GRIDAutosport, @feralgames is currently offering sign-ups for a Multiplayer Beta!— Codemasters (@Codemasters) November 1, 2019
Click here to sign-up ➡ https://t.co/gnYPJWWLXp pic.twitter.com/xdjm72Rubj
This is your best opportunity to play GRID Autosport ahead of its full Android release.
All you need to do to sign up for the beta is click through the link in the tweet and fill out the Google form with a bit of personal information about yourself and the device you'd plan to test the game on. From there it's all in the luck of the draw, or it might come down to the specific devices that the developers are looking to test. Either way, this is your best opportunity to be among the first people to play test GRID on Android and that's pretty exciting.
Here's the list of devices officially supported for the beta:
- Google Pixel 2
- Google Pixel 2 XL
- Google Pixel 3
- Google Pixel 3 XL
- Google Pixel 4
- Google Pixel 4 XL
- HTC U12+
- Huawei Honor 10
- Huawei Mate 20
- LG V30+
- Motorola Moto Z2 Force
- Nokia 8
- OnePlus 5T
- OnePlus 6T
- Razer Phone
- Samsung Galaxy Note 8
- Samsung Galaxy S8
- Samsung Galaxy Note 9
- Samsung Galaxy S9
- Samsung Galaxy S10
- Samsung Galaxy S10+
- Samsung Galaxy S10e
- Samsung Galaxy Tab S4
- Sony Xperia XZ1
- Sony Xperia XZ2 Compact
- Pocophone F1
Developed by Codemasters Racing and Feral Interactive, GRID has been in development for Android since 2017 and seems finally set to arrive on Android devices sometime in 2019 or early 2020. The game has already been released on iOS where it has garnered rave reviews even with a $10 cost of entry. By all accounts this is one of those mobile games that tries to offer the full experience of its genre without imposing gaming limitations or exploitive loot boxes or whatever else.
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