Cool Things: Real Racing 3 Trailer

The Real Racing Series is amongst the very best of racing games for the iPad and iOS. Real Racing 2 HD is immensely impressive and has been a real leader in terms of support for 1080p resolution and optimizing for playing on a big TV screen via AirPlay Mirroring.

So it’s great to see a trailer for the upcoming Real Racing 3, the next generation of this great series. Here’s a little intro detail on it, straight from its publishers, Firemonkeys:

Real Racing 3 is set to deliver a rich, next-gen racing experience with the most beautiful and authentic circuit racing available on mobile devices.

REAL CARS
Gamers will enjoy graphics that have been meticulously hand crafted to produce photorealistic visuals as they zoom around in cars from manufacturers like Porsche, Dodge and Audi.

REAL TRACKS
For the first time in the series, Real Racing 3 will also include a full lineup of real world tracks from the top names around the world including Mazda Raceway Laguna Seca, Indianapolis Motor Speedway and Silverstone. With a 22 car grid, gamers will be able to pit themselves against 21 other drivers in one race.

REAL RACING EXPERIENCE
Fans can experience the glory of championship racing on real tracks recreating the full race-day pressure and environment in a game that harnesses the full power of mobile hardware to produce a beautiful racing environment.

The game is set for release by the end of this year. I can’t wait to see the iPad version.

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  • ChrisC

    Sadly I doubt the game will look anywhere near this good; this is EA we’re talking about and they have a track record of lying in game trailers: see 2005 EA Madden Next-gen trailer and 7 years later they still haven’t gotten close to what they advertised. This footage says “pre-Alpha.” What the heck does that mean? It probably means they haven’t even programmed the game yet they’re just guessing (and exaggerating) what it will look like.

    • http://isource.com/ Thomas

      pre-Alpha, as far as I understand it, is the stage before alpha testing, which comes before beta testing, which comes before a release. I’ve never seen it defined exactly, but I see the term all the time in gaming articles.