Electronic Arts has released a significant new update to Real Racing 3 for iOS that brings a host of changes including the Enzo Ferrari to the car line up. The update, which is available now in the App Store, is just over 1GB in size so it is something you will have to update to over WiFi.
The Enzo Ferrari joins the ranks of the extreme performance cars in Real Racing 3 for iOS and joins with the 458 Spider and 599 GTO for all you Tifosi out there. In addition to the cars there are now Weekly Time Trial Tournaments in the game. This allows you to test your best lap against others around the world to win R$ (the “cash” of the game) and Gold
(The “special cash” of the game).
For those who like to view your race dominating wins, there is now a Race Replays option for you. Here you can view your race with camera and playback controls so you can see just how out-of-shape you were going through Eau Rouge at Spa. Finally there are four new Events series in Real Racing 3 for iOS which brings you over 100 new individual events for you to compete in with your cars.
If you have read AlliOSNews for any amount of time you know that I’m a huge fan of Real Racing 3. This is by far the best racing simulator out there for iOS and when you combine this game with the likes of the new iPad Air, it is all-singing-all-dancing. It is better than a console based racing game in many ways and graphically it is nothing short of impressive.
Real Racing 3 for iOS is a Freemium game so the initial download is free. You can make in-app purchases for R$ or Gold to speed up your car development, hire mechanics and so forth. Those in-app purchases range from $1.99 to $19.99. Note however that I’m up to level 20 in the game and I’ve yet to make an in-app purchase so the game can absolutely be played without making purchases to a large extent.