Is this the world’s most expensive video game?
Codemasters is asking roughly $200,000 for this special edition of the new racing simulator GRID2: Mono Edition.
Admittedly, though, it does come with a free car.
And not just any car – but the track-focused BAC Mono.
Not able to be registered in Australia, the BAC Mono is an open-wheel, formula-style car powered by a 2.3-litre Cosworth engine producing 209kW.
Capable of a 0-100km/h sprint of 2.8 seconds, it could provide gamers with the most ‘real’ simulator experience of their lives.
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