Feral Interactive had announced that the Android version of GRID Autosport will finally arrive next year. Feral Interactive also handled the release of the game on the iOS in 2017.
GRID Autosport features 100 cars to collect and 100 circuits to race on. Several modes are available in the game including a career mode and quick races. The game features an amazing physics engine for realistic damage. Players can see the degree of damage that their ride had suffered after a crash.
The game was originally slated for release earlier this year. Unfortunately, numerous issues forced the release date back. The game suffered many issues to the point that there was talk of the game not being released.
We have run into a number of issues with GRID Autosport on Android, so we are currently reviewing how and even if we can release the game. We will have more info for you later in the year. Thank you for your patience.
— Feral Interactive (@feralgames) June 26, 2018
Fortunately, Feral Interactive managed to handle the issues and the game received the green light. However, the constant appearance of issues had taken its toll on the game. Feral Interactive released a statement stating that the game will only be supported in certain countries around the world along with the announcement for Android. Despite this, fans can breathe a sigh of relief as the game is coming to the Android soon.
GRID Autosport will launch on Android next year.
Due to the game's technical demands, it will be supported on a limited range of devices, and restricted to North America, Europe, Australia and some Asian territories. More details nearer release.
Thank you for your patience! pic.twitter.com/cLuaqZBSaZ
— Feral Interactive (@feralgames) November 9, 2018