‘GRID Autosport’ for Android from Feral Interactive Is Finally Available on Google Play

The wait for Feral Interactive’s GRID Autosport ($9.99) on Android has been quite long for Android only mobile gamers. When GRID Autosport debuted on iOS, it was amazing. It brought superb console quality racing to iOS and even made its way to Nintendo Switch recently. Check out our review for the iOS version here. Feral Interactive finally announced the release date for the Android version of GRID Autosport recently and confirmed the devices supported. The game has now launched on Android. Watch the new launch trailer for it below:


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GRID Autosport on Android needs 3.9 GB of free space and supports Android 9.0 and higher. The port includes all content released on iOS and Nintendo Switch. If you’ve not checked the supported devices list yet, read it here. There’s support for Samsung, Google Pixel, and much more. If your device isn’t on the list I linked, you can still buy the game but it isn’t officially supported so don’t expect them to solve any queries you have about bugs or crashes. If GRID Autosport won’t run on your device, you won’t be able to buy it according to Feral Interactive. Check out a video showcasing the Android version below:


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GRID Autosport is now available on iOS, Android, and Nintendo Switch with all DLC. Check it out on Google Play here for $9.99. It is a full premium release with multiple control options and no microtransactions. Have you played GRID Autosport on iOS or Nintendo Switch yet?


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