GRID Cheats on Playstation 4 (PS4)

Last Updated: December 14, 2020
  • First Released: Oct 9, 2019
  • Ratings: PEGI 3, ESRB M

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Car Livery


As you progress through the game and meet certain goals and objectives, you will unlock new liveries for your cars. There are 250 total unlockable liveries.

Basic Tips


Your starting car might not be very good. However, playing a few races should earn you enough money to purchase a better car.

The racing line will show the best path you can take through the course. Following the line will help you get a better time. Options for when the racing line is shown can be adjusted from the menu.

Be careful going into turns. You don’t want to brake too suddenly or accelerate at the wrong time. Slow down ahead of time, then accelerate into the turn once you reach the apex, and try to make it as smooth as possible.

The “Flashback” ability lets you rewind time for a few seconds, allowing you to quickly correct an error. If you realize you made a mistake and want to redo your last move, just use Flashback to drive differently.

If you do the qualification before the race, you’ll be put in a better starting position in addition to getting some time to practice.

You will also have a teammate racer in each race. Teammates have different abilities and preferred driving styles. Pay attention to the type of track you’ll be racing on to play to the strengths of your teammate and pick accordingly.

You can give a command to your teammate during the race to tell them to attack. However, your teammate may not listen to you. Each potential teammate has a Loyalty stat that determines how likely they are to listen.

In addition to teammates and nemeses (drivers you antagonize during a race), you might also have rival drivers racing against you. Rivals are indicated with an orange icon, and are drivers you finished close to in a previous race.

Nemesis System


The Nemesis System basically means that if you collide with the same driver repeatedly or hit them too hard, that driver will start becoming more aggressive toward you in return. They will start trying to hit you or run you off the road, which makes the race more dangerous.

This means you should try to avoid hitting other cars as much as possible, not only because of the lost time from the collision, but because you could potentially create a rival and make the race more difficult for yourself. It can be worth a slight loss of time by deviating to avoid antagonizing another driver.

You can have up to five different drivers responding to the Nemesis System in a single race.

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