Feral Releases GRID Autosport For Linux
Written by Michael Larabel in Linux Gaming on 10 December 2015 at 12:10 PM EST. 34 Comments
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Feral Interactive today announced the release of GRID Autosport for OS X and Linux.

GRID Autosport was developed by Codemasters and released for Windows last year. GRID Autosport is powered by the EGO 3.0 engine. Overall, GRID Autosport looks like an excellent racing game.

GRID Autosport is currently selling for $39.99 USD via the Steam Store or the Feral Store.

GRID Autosport does have a benchmark mode, but I don't yet know if it can be driven via the command-line. If it works out, then there will be many GPU/driver benchmarks of this interesting racing game on Phoronix. UPDATE: Out now are my initial NVIDIA and AMD benchmarks of this game.
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