GRIP: Combat Racing adds ‘Carkour’ challenge maps

19 challenge maps.

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GRIP: Combat Racing will feature 19 “Carkour” maps, which challenge players to master a series of stunt courses, publisher Wired Productions and developer Caged Element announced.

Here is an overview of the maps, via Wired Productions:

GRIP: Combat Racing will feature, among other modes, 19 challenging ‘Carkour’ maps in which players are challenged to master a series of increasingly mind-bending stunt courses. Eighteen maps are Point-to-Point, culminating in a final, ‘open’ map – a playground of jumps, twist and turns packed full of collectibles.

From the short, sharp, shock of the Easy (Airtime, Speed, Squiggly, Tubes, Upsy Downsy) and Normal (Live Jump, Scoops, Slide) courses to the more demanding Hard (Angles, Endurance, Rainbow Road) and Nightmare (Half Tubes, Loop Gap) runs, there’s something to challenge everyone irrespective of skill level. Carkour Mode is the perfect tonic for those looking to concentrate on fine-tuning their timing, speed, and spatial awareness before heading back into Campaign or multi-player modes.

GRIP: Combat Racing will launch for PlayStation 4, Xbox One, Switch, and PC via Steam this fall. It is currently available via Steam Early Access.

Watch a trailer for the Carkour maps below. View a set of screenshots at the gallery.

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