Firemonkey has revealed some screenshots and a teaser video from its upcoming third episode of the ever popular Real Racing series of games for the iPhone and iPad and it looks amazing. The new game, if the screenshots and video are anything to go by, looks like the best version to date and the graphics look simply stunning.
The Real Racing series was developed by Firemint in 2009 and the recently announced Firemonkeys team is excited to unveil a few features from the newest iteration of the series. Featuring all-new licensed tracks and a robust lineup of licensed cars from all-new manufacturers, Real Racing 3 is set to deliver a rich, next-gen racing experience with the most beautiful and authentic circuit racing available on mobile devices.
Gamers will enjoy graphics that have been meticulously hand crafted to produce photorealistic visuals as they zoom around in cars from manufacturers like Porsche, Dodge and Audi. For the first time in the series, Real Racing 3 will also include a full lineup of real world tracks from the top names around the world including Mazda Raceway Laguna Seca, Indianapolis Motor Speedway and Silverstone. With a 22 car grid, gamers will be able to pit themselves against 21 other drivers in one race.
The only thing we know so far is that Real Racing 3 is scheduled to hit the App Store later this year. I wouldn’t be that surprised if it were shown off on-stage at next month’s iPhone 5 event. With visuals that look as good as they do in the trailer it would be a no brainer to show off on the new iPhone’s larger display.
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