EA’s and Firemonkey’s Real Racing 3 has received an update that brings with it a new selection of muscle cars for players to collect and race with. All of these American muscle cars are now available and are pretty much the most legendary models and years for each on of these cars.
Real Racing 3 from EA has had an update pushed out to it today that brings with it two additional car manufacturers to the game along with some of their cars that you can now race. These companies are Bentley and Mercedes-Benz, so more on the luxury side of the car industry.
A couple of days ago we mentioned that EA’s Real Racing 3 would be getting a pretty decent sized update soon that would bring a new city to race through, new events and some new cars to try and collect. Well that update has now arrived and is available for download.
EA has begun teasing the next Real Racing 3 update which is shaping up to be a pretty decent sized update in terms on content. As it stands right now, the update will bring a whole new city into the picture along with new cars and even some new events to participate in.
I downloaded Real Racing 3 by game giant EA in the hopes of enjoying a bit of “real” racing. Usually every racing title I experience is cartoony or over-the-top, and I was in the mood for a game that made me feel more, I don’t know, real. The game cost nothing so I had no excuse to try it out. We’ve talked about it on the site before but I was eager to see just what all of the fuss (much of which I found out about later) was about. Being that EA had recently ran into more drama than they could possibly ever want when Sim City’s servers blew up, I was even more eager to see how they fared in the mobile market. I normally skip their games and go for Gameloft when I want a larger, shinier title.
The Real Racing series is undoubtedly one of the most popular original mobile game franchises. As such, there’s no surprise that many, many people have been eagerly awaiting for the latest entry into the series – Real Racing 3. In the run up to the game’s release, we’ve been discussing a lot about the type of freemium elements present in the game. But setting that aside, how good is Real Racing 3 really?
It has been a long road for everyone waiting for the newest additional to the Real Racing franchise to arrive, from teasing developer diary videos to early hands-on previews showcasing the games great graphics and also the game’s frustrating timer-based free-to-play system. Well after all of that, Real Racing 3 is finally available for everyone to download off of Google Play.
Real Racing 3 has not yet launched on Android, but as some of you may have already known, it is out in Australia and New Zealand for iOS. After receiving widespread condemnation from the mobile gaming community (including us) for an abhorrent timer-based freemium structure, it looks like EA is listening to feedback (gasp!) and making some tweaks.
So we have seen a couple of trailers, a few developer diary videos and a variety of screenshots regarding EA’s upcoming Real Racing 3 game. We’ve also been hit with the news that Real Racing 3 will be a free-to-play game where players will be able to buy the game’s secondary currency, Gold Coins, in order to speed up vehicle repair and upgrade times.
Yesterday we reported on the news that not only would Real Racing 3 be arriving on February 28th, 2013 but that EA would be doing a simultaneous release of the game on Android and iOS, shocking some of us weaker folk here on the Android side of thing. Then came the news that Real Racing 3 would be a free-to-play game, much to the chagrin of a lot of people.