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Real Racing 2 for iOS update teases sweet graphics and split screen action via AirPlay

Real Racing 2 for iOS update teases sweet graphics and split screen action via AirPlay
If you plan on becoming an iPhone 4S owner in the near future, you will probably want to check out the sweet graphics that A5 chip is capable of delivering. And what better way to do that than getting yourself a flashy 3D video game? Real Racing 2 for iOS is about to get updated pretty soon, and the game's next version is going to take advantage of that extra processing power the A5 chip is capable of delivering. 

But the extra eye candy is not going to be all the update is going to bring. Thanks to the iPhone 4S' AirPlay compatibility you will be able to take the action to the big screen. But what is even cooler is that the next update to Real Racing 2 will allow split screen action for up to 4 devices. In Party Play mode, an iPhone 4S or an iPad 2 can act as a host while up to three additional devices will be able to join the fun wirelessly.

Feel free to check out the video below showing off the game's new features in action, and do not hesitate sharing your thoughts with us by dropping a comment.

source: Firemint via Engadget


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posted on 10 Oct 2011, 07:04 3

1. dx (unregistered)


android needs one like this

posted on 10 Oct 2011, 08:50

2. Perfect (unregistered)


iPhone is cool. Sad that no one talks about how every other os UI takes inspiration from it.

posted on 10 Oct 2011, 12:29

3. sudhar131998 (Posts: 63; Member since: 06 Sep 2011)


but I don't believe this happening not that I don't believe it after seeing the video but apple tv has only an apple designed a4 chip but not a6 or a5 so how does it play?

posted on 10 Oct 2011, 19:52

4. stealthd (Posts: 869; Member since: 12 Jun 2011)


The Apple TV isn't pushing the graphics, it's just a hub for streaming. Each connected device processes the graphics and then streams them to the Apple TV. And an iPad 2 or 4S is required to act as the host.

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