Take a second to clear your mind, and just hit play. Granted I gave it away in the title (SEO!), but had I not revealed it, what platform would you have assumed Real Racing 3 was for? Personally, iOS would have been my last guess if someone where to have asked me.
Well the team at Firemonkeys (formally Firemint) sure have something to be proud of here as it certainly looks stunning. Controls, of course, could be hit or miss on a touch screen, but racing games tend to do alright thanks to tilt controls. We'll know for sure when the game is released later this year.
As far as new features go though, you can expect real world tracks for the first time in the franchise, plus real cars from manufacturers such as Porsche, Dodge, and Audi. It's crazy how advanced mobile gaming has come in such a short time, isn't it?
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