Gameloft unleashes Asphalt Xtreme for Android and iOS

Gameloft teased its newest car racing game Asphalt Xtreme several times in the last couple of weeks. The game even went live in Google Play store, but it was only available in a few countries.

The game's soft-launch last month allowed Gameloft to fine-tune Asphalt Xtreme and squash and bugs that might have ruined players' gameplay experience. Today, the French publisher and developer of mobile games released Asphalt Xtreme for the general public.

Asphalt Xtreme is now available for free on both the Android and iOS platforms. It comes with no less than 35 monster machines, including Buggy, Pickup, Rally Car, SUV or Truck. Of these 35, there are 7 off-road vehicle types, which should offer a totally different gameplay experience.

Big car brands like Jeep, Ford, Mercedes-Benz, Predator, Dodge, Chevrolet and a few other off-road motor machines are present in the game. It's also worth mentioning that you will be able to race in a variety of exotic locations around the globe, including the dunes of the Nile Valley, the glaciers of Svalbard, or the industrial Detroit.

Some customization options are available to players too. Basically, you can customize your cars using some of the setups and upgrades that are part of an impressive collection introduced with the game.

Asphalt Xtreme features five game modes, limited-time events, more than 500 Mastery challenges, at least 400 Career events, but additional content is on the way, Gameloft claims.

In Asphalt Xtreme, players will be able to race in real-time multiplayer, so they can go head-to-head online in 8-player simultaneous races. Not to mention that Gameloft's Asphalt Xtreme features some of the best graphics that you can see in a mobile game.


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