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Discussion in 'Upcoming iOS Games' started by stelph, Mar 7, 2017.
We'll get some news for you soon, promise. And how about a video clip to go with that?
It shall be done!
Do Grid support now iPod Touch 6. gen.?
Thank you #
Looking forward to it! Very excited to get this game on my iPhone - with a gamevice will basically be taking the switch on head to head with AAA quality games
Re: Grid autosport coming to iOS - Feral Interactive
Be wary of anyone that promises a specific date. 'Spring' effectively = Tues., June 20. It's also suspicious, with only 39 days remaining, all that's been shown publicly is this.
I'm not holding my breath.
Hopefully you're just supicious of the release date, not of the game - Feral have shown they're one of the best app devs for iOS with the excellent ports of total war and follow up support they're giving on those games
Personally I don't mind if dates slip somewhat, GRID is a fairly recent AAA game and it must be hard to get it on iOS, as excited as I am I'd rather they took the time to get it right rather than rush it
Some news from Grid?
I was really hoping to wake up this morning and see a surprise release as it is basically the end of Spring (Northern Hemisphere). #
I hope it's not far off.
I still think the game won't release this year.Porting the entire PC game to mobile is a big challenge and keep in mind that Grid Autosport is not an old game like Total War Rome.
O dear http://www.pocketgamer.co.uk/r/iPhone/GRID+Autosport/news.asp?c=74106
Not going to happen this year I can sense it.This is quite the massive project and they are having hard time making the game,keep in mind they haven't even released a gameplay video.
At least give us some screenshots or gameplay video or something, because it was delayed please
I think it will still happen this year, this game is massive and spring was highly unlikely so auterm/ winter sound likely
jesus christ ! Feral did it once again
Yes its a shame its delayed but as I think a few have said, they're basically trying to take an entire AAA game that came out only 3 years ago, required an xbox 360/PS3 at the time to run, and make it fit and run on an iPad - its pretty mind blowing really.
Its always better for them to take their time and get it correctly optimised (particularly when its coming to Android as well as iOS) than rushing and ruining it
Thanks for the support, folks. We want to be as transparent as possible, and we appreciate you being so cool about it.
We're working on showing you some footage, but it keeps improving so we keep redoing it... Stay tuned.