It looks like Electronic Arts isn’t wasting any time supporting Samsung’s newly announced addition to the Samsung Galaxy line of phones. Last night Samsung held their event in New York where they officially announced the Samsung Galaxy S IV, as most of you probably know already, and EA is going to be ready to support the new phone right at launch with a big selection of games.
Tag: Real Racing 3
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.
SteelSeries and EA have teamed up for the creation of an official Real Racing 3 mobile gaming headset for those of you who are fans of the franchise and the newest addition to it. This new headset is based off of the SteelSeries Flux headset but themed around Real Racing 3.
A lot of people are a little more than agitated at the fact EA’s upcoming Real Racing 3 game has gone freemium and that it is a time-based system players will have to contend with when we did our more detailed look at this system for Real Racing 3. It is a good game, it just has a horrible freemium system but should you decide to get the game anyways, there are a few supercars you might want to check out.
By now, you would’ve known that Real Racing 3 is due to be a freemium game employing a timer-based mechanic. I had my reservations about it, but reading the initial impressions of journalists from established gaming publications regarding the way the timer-system worked, I thought it won’t be so bad after all.
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.
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.