Free-to-play Real Racing 3 is now available a...

Free-to-play Real Racing 3 is now available across mobile platforms

Electronic Arts just announced that Real Racing 3 is now available for the iPhone, iPad, iPod touch, Google Play and Amazon Appstore. Developed by the EA Firemonkeys studio, the free-to-play game promises to deliver “the most exhilarating handheld racing experience” as it features 46 licensed vehicles covering three classes, a 22 car grid across real world tracks, eight varied event types and over 900 events resulting in hundreds of hours of gameplay.

“With Real Racing 3’s console-quality graphics, realistic gameplay and unparalleled depth of content, the Real Racing franchise is once again raising the bar for mobile games,” said Nick Earl, Senior Vice President & General Manager EA All Play Label. “By developing Real Racing 3 to be a freemium title, we’ve removed the barrier of entry, thereby expanding the game’s audience and making it easier to find multiplayer opponents, as well as giving players the freedom to enjoy the game when and how they want.

”“Real Racing 3 is the best in the series, sporting some of the most advanced multiplayer technology in the industry today,” said Tony Lay, GM of the Firemonkeys. “Time Shifted Multiplayer adapts everyone’s racing styles to competing cars on the track using leaderboards and previous times to emulate how they’d drive those courses. Now everyone will be able to battle against each other for bragging rights on the track anytime, anywhere in a more realistic manner.”

Real Racing 3 is available as a free download, a first for the critically-acclaimed franchise. To download the game you can visit http://www.firemonkeys.com.au/downloadR3.

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