EA releases new Real Racing 3 trailer

Latest game footage of racing game shown in the Development Diary video series

Melbourne based developer, Firemonkeys, has released a trailer for the upcoming smartphone racing game, Real Racing 3,

The video is part of the developer’s Development Diary series that is designed to provide fans with updates about the development of Real Racing 3.

Updates shown in the video include realistic reflections, customisable cars and improved detail down to glosses and finishes.

The public release of Real Racing 3 will let gamers race on real world circuits with real world cars from manufacturers such as Porsche, Audi and Dodge.

Having already set the bar high with Real Racing 2, already a top seller on Apple iTunes app store, expectations are high for the sequel to deliver a unique experience of speeding in some of the best cars on world famous racetracks.

The video can be found below:

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