Grid 2: Mono Edition is the most expensive video game ever, costs Rs 1 crore

What is the most you may have paid for a video game? Rs 1,000? Rs 3,000? Even games with extra peripherals cost around Rs 6,000-8,000. Codemasters wants to outdo all of that with its upcoming game Grid 2. According to The Mirror, the game has a special edition 0 dubbed the Grid 2: Mono Edition – which costs a massive £125,000. That's a whopping Rs 1,07,67,762!

Don't worry though, this isn't how much the game itself costs. The Mono Edition, of which only one is available for pre-order, comes with its own supercar – the BAC Mono. You also get racing accessories thrown in with the Mono edition for good measure. The BAC Mono supercar goes from 0-60 in 2.8 seconds.

The supercar is the extra goodie in the Mono Edition

The supercar is the extra goodie in the Mono Edition


For normal people like us, the regular edition of the game is available for Rs 999 on the PC and Rs 2,799 for either console versions. While some online stores only list the game for pre-order, if you're in a hurry to get a hold of the PC version, you can grab the game off of Steam right now for $49.99 (roughly Rs 2,824).

There is also DLC available for the game: the Head Start pack, the McLaren Racing pack and the GTR Racing pack. The McLaren Racing pack includes the McLaren MP4-12C GT3 Special Edition car, two new routes around the Brand Hatch GP circuit, and a special online event. The Head Start pack has the Mercedes-Benz SLR McLaren 722 GT car, discounts in the car upgrade stores, and a unique RaceNet bonus. The Indycar pack has the Dallara IndyCar and the IndyCar Pace car, 2 new routes around Indianapolis Motor Speedway Circuit, and exclusive online content. The GTR pack includes the Nissan GT-R Spec road car, the Yas Marina daytime circuit and exclusive online event.

Published Date: May 31, 2013 18:31 PM | Updated Date: May 31, 2013 18:31 PM