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The $200,000 video game that comes with a free car

By Alex Inwood, 30 May 2013 Opinion

video game, codemasters, BAC mono, cosworth engine

Is this the world’s most expensive video game?

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.

Nice.