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Gameloft's GT Racing 2 now live at the Play Store

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Gameloft's GT Racing 2 now live at the Play Store
Exciting news for all the mobile gamers out there who have gasoline in their veins! Gameloft's latest Android game, GT Racing 2: The Real Car Experience, is now available for download at the Google Play Store. It features 67 different cars from more than 30 manufacturers like Mercedes-Benz, Ferrari, Dodge, Nissan, Audi and more. You can get involved in more than 1400 different events like Classic Races, Duels, Knockouts and Overtakes on 13 tracks, including the notorious Laguna Seca.

Gameloft states that GT Racing 2 offers unprecedented level of realism in terms of car dynamics and physics, never seen before in a mobile game. Gameloft will also release 28 new challenges each week which will offer players the chance to lay their hands on a new car or receive another in-game prize.

The graphics are gorgeous. The cars and the surrounding environment are detailed and realistic. The game features day/night changes, as well as different weather conditions, while four different camera views (including interior view) will help you to completely get immersed in the action. If you get tired of playing alone, the multiplayer option allows you to either play with your friends or team up with gamers from all over the world. The game itself is freemium – although it is completely free to play, the player will constantly be prompted to buy different upgrades or cars through in-game purchases with real money.

GT Racing 2 requires Android 2.3 or higher. Unfortunately, it seems like some users have issues with the game running on the Nexus 5 and several other devices. We suppose Gameloft will adress these problems with an update.




source: GT Racing 2 via AndroidAuthority

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posted on 15 Nov 2013, 05:26 2

1. m3taz (Posts: 13; Member since: 16 Oct 2013)


well,,, I prefer real racing 3

posted on 15 Nov 2013, 05:37

2. Kevinscy (Posts: 5; Member since: 19 Oct 2013)


looks great. Another Racing game for my collection and my mobile racing need. Currently had Asphalt 8, Real Racing 3, Need For Speed Most Wanted, and GT Racing. Downloading :D

posted on 15 Nov 2013, 07:12

3. microsoftnokiawin (Posts: 1025; Member since: 30 Mar 2012)


and to think i have GT academy and my small little N9 oh how the times pass and change this game otherwise looks amazing the graphics are just top notch i'd stare for a long time at such beautiful game and of course gameplay wise gameloft always offers wuality !

posted on 15 Nov 2013, 07:18

4. Shatter (Posts: 2031; Member since: 29 May 2013)


The graphics are like the same as the avergage xbox/ps3 game.

posted on 15 Nov 2013, 08:10

5. livyatan (Posts: 737; Member since: 19 Jun 2013)


I hope this can live up to standards set by Real Racing 3, the only noteworthy driving game on mobile..but I'm not setting my hopes too high.
Asphalt 8 was incredibly disappointing, with its shockingly inaccurate vehicle graphics, cartoonish physics, inability to brake without drifting, auto acceleration and paywalls.

posted on 15 Nov 2013, 10:00 1

6. downphoenix (Posts: 2391; Member since: 19 Jun 2010)


Im a big fan of Real Racing 3 too, but Im willing to try this one out of course, once I get some memory freed up on my phone. Asphalt 8 is not meant to be a realistic racing game, its more along the lines of a Need For Speed type game than a Gran Turismo type game, its an arcadey racer with fast, cheap thrills.

posted on 15 Nov 2013, 10:56 1

7. livyatan (Posts: 737; Member since: 19 Jun 2013)


I know it's an arcade game, of course.
But that doesn't make up for the flaws that I mentioned.
It could've been a heck of a lot better.. for example, Need for speed underground 1 and 2, early Burnout releases etc, were arcade racers that had real depth of handling and gameplay.. and such games are well within technical capabilities of today's phones and tablets.

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