GT Racing 2: The Real Car Experience

GT Racing 2: The Real Car Experience is a racing video game developed by Gameloft Bulgaria and published by Gameloft. It is the sequel to GT Racing: Motor Academy.

GT Racing 2: The Real Car Experience
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Developer(s)Gameloft Bulgaria
Publisher(s)Gameloft
SeriesGT Racing
Platform(s)Android, iOS, Windows Phone, Microsoft Windows
ReleaseiOS
November 13, 2013
Android
November 14, 2013
Windows Phone
May 26, 2014
Genre(s)Racing
Mode(s)Single player, multiplayer

GameplayEdit

GT Racing 2: The Real Car Experience is a racing game similar to the series Real Racing, especially Real Racing 3 and the second installment in the Gameloft racing series as a continuation of GT Racing: Motor Academy. It provides 67 licensed cars from more than 30 manufacturers and 13 tracks. Single player mode includes real controller ghosts similar to RR3. The single player mode is divided into 7 levels. Just like in RR3, you need special cars to finish specific levels. You can upgrade your car, which needs real-time and mechanical time, but it doesn't take time or cost to repair cars unlike RR3.

Platforms the Huawei, Lenovo, Allview, UleFone, Doogee, TCL, iPad, iPhone, Nokia, Samsung, Ferrari FAW Lexus Lamborghini Renault Papo.

In multiplayer you can compete against other players from all over the world and create teams. There are more than 1,400 events in total with modes such as classic races, duels, knockout and overtaking. New challenges are added weekly. There are different weather conditions, driving aids and customization options.

ReceptionEdit

Derek C. Tillotson of Gamezebo gave the game 4 out of 5 stars and stated, "Despite its lack of price tag, this one is well worth a shot for those open to a new racing experience, this one is well worth a shot. It has all the elements and polish that those titles do. Not original, but still fun."[1] Jon Mundy of Pocket Gamer gave the game 4 out of 5 stars and stated, "GT Racing 2 is a slightly less dazzling with a marginally less obnoxious IAP system. It's a very good racing game, and a great showcase for newer Apple hardware."[2]

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ https://www.gamezebo.com/author/derek-c-tillotson, Derek C. Tillotson. "GT Racing 2: The Real Car Experience Review". Retrieved 2021-08-16.
  2. ^ Mundy, Jon. "GT Racing 2: The Real Car Experience". www.pocketgamer.com. Retrieved 2021-08-16.
  3. ^ Derek C. Tillotson. "GT Racing 2: The Real Car Experience Review".
  4. ^ Mundy, Jon. "GT Racing 2: The Real Car Experience". www.pocketgamer.com.