Electronic Arts and Firemonkeys have finally decided to let the world know when Real Racing 3 will be released for all platforms. While Firemonkeys had been teasing everyone about the game with their developer diary videos, it was always stated that the game would be coming to mobile, using the generic term instead of saying iOS or/and Android.
The folks at Firemonkeys have released a new developer diary video which this time talks about the multiplayer functionality that will be arriving with Real Racing 3. The multiplayer mode, called Time Shift Multiplayer, will allow players to race against other people anyone, anytime and even if they are offline.
It has been a few months since EA released a video of any kind relating to their upcoming racing game Real Racing 3. To re-stoke your interest back into the game, EA has released a new developer diary showing off more of the game, this time specifically taking a look at the tracks players will be racing on.
Electronic Arts, and their sub-studio called Firemonkeys, have taken a break with teasing everyone with the next installment of the Real Racing series to instead tease everyone about the upcoming new installment into the Need for Speed series that will be heading to Android and iOS soon. We’ve talked about this game in the recent past but now we get to take a look at some actual gameplay footage for Need for Speed: Most Wanted.
One of the more anticipated racing games heading our way right now happens to be coming from Electronic Arts, who will be publishing the game when it’s ready. Developed by Firemonkeys, which is the new development studio under EA that was formed when Firemint and Iron Monkeys joined forces, Real Racing 3 looks to be quite the impressive racing game.
One racing game a lot of people are eager to get their hands on is the upcoming Real Racing 3 title from EA. Developed by Firemonkeys, this looks to be the best racing game yet for mobile device, at least in the eye candy department. Today you get to drool all over the new trailer which features four different Porsche cars, all of which you wish you owned.
EA and their newly formed studio Firemonkeys, a combination of Firemint and Iron Monkeys after last week’s studio combining, are offering up a first look at the upcoming Real Racing 3D and damn does it look good. While I’m so/so with racing games, Real Racing 3 could very well change that.