Now that the Internet has finally stopped their whining about Real Racing 3′s transition from a paid app to free-to-play, we can finally look at Real Racing 3 for what it is: a great game with a few free-to-play annoyances that was played by more people in one week than its predecessors ever were.
Electronic Arts and Firemonkeys have started teasing the upcoming update with the following video for your consumption:
The Chevrolet Camaro ZL1 and Chevrolet Cobalt SS are both coming, along with a new game mode and another 100 events. There’s no word, yet, if these cars will be available for your standard R$ or if they’ll require Gold, but the safe money bet is on standard racing cash.
Chevrolet vehicles were available in Real Racing 2. Growing up in a small town, I actually remember friends racing Camaros, so it’s nice to see them make the cut.