Motorsport Manager Mobile 3 hits Android and iOS devices

Motorsport Manager Mobile 3 hits Android and iOS devices
The sequel to the Motorsport Manager Mobile 2 that made its debut on Android and iOS exactly one year ago has just been released in the App Store and Google Play Store. Just like the predecessor, it doesn't come for free, but it's not that expensive either. The game can be purchased for $3.99 regardless of what platform you choose to play it on.

If you're a fan of the series, you'll be happy to know that the third installment in the series features many improvements over the previous titles. It has a brand new Supplier Network feature that allows players to make their team's presence known around the globe. Also, the game includes so-called Invitational Races, massive annual events that bring international races with a unique twist.

Motorsport Manager Mobile 3 comes with 6 new championships, making it the biggest game in the series. Although you'll have to pay for the game, the developers have decided to go for the same Energy Recovery System, with Hybrid and Power modes.

Motorsport Manager Mobile 3 could be one of the most complete race team strategy games available on mobile, but you won't know for sure until you try out. That is if you decide to pay $3.99.



1. Vokilam

Posts: 1367; Member since: Mar 15, 2018

I believe that when I tried earlier version a while back.. there was no driving, just managing speed and driving line on the track... was disappointed.

2. Back_from_beyond

Posts: 1471; Member since: Sep 04, 2015

You're the manager of a team, so no there isn't any controllable racing involved. This game is just an adapted version of Microprose's Grand Prix World from the late 90's. You can control whether or not your drivers push the limits of the car or ease off, when to pit in and control development of cars.

3. Nathan_ingx

Posts: 4769; Member since: Mar 07, 2012

Whenever there's 'manager' on the title, you can always bet there's not actual game play involved. Like football manager, baseball manager, account manager etc. You just have to manage everything. I tried 1 and it's pretty tough once you get to higher levels.

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