Real Racing 3 (International) 6.6.3 Comes With New BMW, Porsche, And Mercedes Models

Real Racing 3 is the third installation of an award-winning franchise that was able to set new standards for the racing games in the mobile industry. Of course, you will have to play it to believe it. While it offers in-app purchases, you can disable them by using your device settings.

Reputation

Real Racing 3 was downloaded over 200 million times, becoming extremely popular all across the world. TabbyAwards 2014 gave it the Best Action, Adventure, Arcade & Racing Game title, Mobile Excellence Awards considered it the Best Mobile Game in 2013, Game Connect Asia Pacific gave it the Game of the Year 2013, Technical Excellence and Excellence in Art titles.

Mechanics

This game features a roster that is continuously expanding with officially licensed tracks. There are 39 circuits placed at 17 locations inspired by the real world. Also, there’s a 43-car grid and over 140 cars from top manufacturers so meticulously detailed that you will think they’re real.

Real Racing 3 6.6.3 comes with Social Leaderboards, Real-Time Multiplayer, night racing, Time Trials, and Time Shifted Multiplayer, an innovative piece of technology which will allow you to race anyone, anytime, anywhere.

Real cars

There are over 140 vehicles intensely detailed which await you to take their wheel. They come from top manufacturers such as Ferrari, Ford, Aston Martin, Lamborghini, or Mercedez-Benz. Test your skills on a 43-car race grid which will allow you to experience an authentic racing feeling on any handheld device.

Real tracks

You will burn rubber on 17 real tracks in multiple configurations from places like Hockenheimring, Silverstone, Le Mans, Dubai Autodrome and so on.

Competition

You can race your friends or go bumper to bumper against rivals in global 8-player racing that occurs in real time and across different platforms.

Carl Blair

Carl Blair is just getting his start as a journalist. He attended a technical school while still in high school where he learned a variety of skills, from photography to coding. Apart from being a contributor to the site, Carl also helps keep Digital Overload social media feeds up-to-date.

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