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About GRIP
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GRIP: Combat Racing, or GRIP, is an upcoming game being developed by Caged Element Inc. and published by Wired Productions. It was released on Steam Early Access on February 2, 2016. It will be released in full on November 6, 2018.

GRIP is a futuristic combat racer inspired by the Rollcage games from 1999/2000. Combine furious speed with intense action to create memorable gaming moments you won't forget.

GRIP has its origins in the illegal street racing scene that spawned in the early 21st century. At that time the races were reasonably harmless. A danger to the public, certainly, with inexperienced drivers managing to destroy their rides in ill-judged corners. But most of the time, it was only the drivers themselves that wound-up dead. It was characterized as an underground movement, largely ignored by law enforcement, with only a handful of arrests ever being made. The world had other worries.

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