“There’s the Racing Studio team who have rolled onto another project now after doing DiRT. Obviously in Birmingham we’re doing the F1 title and we’re ramping up to do another title which hasn’t been announced yet and that’ll be mentioned at some point. I personally would love to do touring cars again at some point, because I used to love TOCA – it was amazing! I’d love to go back and pick that up for Codemasters and do it again, but I don’t know. I need you guys to bang on about it!” – F1 2011 boss Steve Hood on going back to TOCA Race Driver at Codies, speaking to Gamerzines.
There’s a nice sale going on right now on Origin that brings hefty discounts to a number of big games.
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The stunning-looking RTS Iron Harvest has finally showed us a glimpse at its gameplay.
F1 2013 developer Codemasters has suggested that to get the next instalment of its racing series running on Wii U, it would have to be a very different game.
Steve Hood has hinted that classic racing seasons are being talked about around the Codemasters offices for future F1 titles, and adding such a feature to the series as DLC would be “a cool thing to include.”
Toca Race Driver
According to OXM UK’s rumours page, via CVG, Codemasters’ GRID development team is even now back at work on a sequel, which is expected to surface after the release of F12012 in September. The first GRID launched on PC, PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360 in 2008, as part of the much-loved TOCA Race Driver franchise.