Featuring 24 drum & bass tracks licensed from the likes of Hospital Records for GRIP: Combat Racing – the highly-anticipated spiritual successor to Rollcage is hurtling to retail on 6th Nov.
WATFORD, United Kingdom - October 2nd, 2018 - Wired Productions Ltd., a leading independent video games publisher, and developer Caged Element Inc. are honoured to announce the London-based independent record label, Hospital Records, have amongst others, provided a sensational selection of licensed drum & bass tracks for GRIP: Combat Racing – the staggeringly-fast, futuristic arcade combat racer.
To check out the Hospital Records Soundtrack Spotlight for GRIP: Combat Racing, watch below or head to via YouTube, please visit:
Adding a clutch of carnal drum & bass tracks to a now 24-strong line-up for GRIP: Combat Racing, Hospital Records have licensed the following 11 tracks to help usher players through each of the game’s gravity-defying courses:
Megan Bean, Head of Business Affairs & Sync, Hospital Records said “We’re excited to have our producers featured on the awesome new GRIP: Combat Racing game.”
“We're super excited to have Hospital Records on board, bringing their industry-leading line-up to GRIP: Combat Racing and joining forces with the rest of our great soundtrack roster,” said Chris Mallinson, Game Director for GRIP: Combat Racing. “We think players will love pumping the huge tunes we’ve got in the game.”
Hospital Records’ tracks join the following great music already included in game:
Players looking to enjoy even more from the game’s soundtrack will be pleased to learn that the Collector’s Edition features the original soundtrack on Double Vinyl, CD and MP3 Download. Available from https://shop.wiredproductions.com/collections/GRIP-Combat-Racing-Collectors-Edition This collector’s edition is extremely limited with only 500 numbered units being produced and only 300 being made available for general sale.
The exclusive GRIP: Combat Racing Collector’s Edition includes:
Careering towards its 6th November release on PlayStation 4, Xbox One, Nintendo Switch and Steam for Windows PC, GRIP: Combat Racing offers players a uniquely competitive experience, testing their reflexes to the limit as they accelerate towards the finish line at over 767mph. Those wishing to take their highly-tuned skills into the PVP sphere can enjoy:
About GRIP: Combat Racing:
Inspired by the Rollcage games of the late 90s and backed by a highly-skilled and accomplished team, which includes Rollcage programming veteran, Robert Baker, GRIP: Combat Racing celebrates the re-emergence of blindingly fast arcade combat racers. The game will see racers hurtling their way around 22 breath-taking tracks, driving one of 15 armoured cars; while deploying a bristling arsenal of 9 outlandish weapons and power-ups. Built on Unreal® Engine 4, the game accelerates ahead of the racing crowd by offering players gravity-defying physics reaching speeds of over 767 mph - making it the fastest racing game on four wheels. GRIP: Combat Racing will speed onto the PlayStation®4 computer entertainment system, PlayStation 4 Pro, Xbox One, the all-in-one entertainment system from Microsoft, Xbox One X, Nintendo Switch™ and Windows PC via Steam® on November 6, 2018.
Those wanting to grip the wheel now can play GRIP: Combat Racing via early access on Steam.
For more information visit http://www.wiredproducions.com. Fans can get the latest news by joining the GRIP: Combat Racing communities on Twitter at @gripvideogame, Facebook at @gripvideogame, via hashtag #GRIPCombatRacing, and on Discord.
About Wired Productions Ltd
Wired Productions, the team behind one of 2018’s most hotly anticipated titles, GRIP: Combat Racing, is a leading independent publisher of video games spanning a variety of genres, such as arcade, twin-stick shooters, action/adventures, role-playing, strategy and racing titles. Founded in Watford, UK, notable launches to date include Shaq Fu: A Legend Reborn, Victor Vran: Overkill Edition, Max: The Curse of Brotherhood, The Town of Light and Tiny Troopers Joint Ops.
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