In recent times smartphones have become so powerful that the quality of mobile video games can be deemed to be on par with that offered by gaming consoles. Gameloft is one of the developers who offer excellent titles, with one of the most popular ones being Asphalt 8: Airborne.
About the Game
Those who love racing titles will experience one of the most satisfying gameplay loops as they ride across iconic locations from all over the world in powerful cars that can reach impressive speeds.
Collectors are in for a treat as more than 220 high-power cars, and bikes can be bought and unlocked. There are tens of models from some of the most esteemed manufacturers in the world, among which we can count Lamborghini, Bugatti, Ferrari Porsche, Ducati, and many more.
An immersive experience is provided by the high-level quality of audio, which is identical to the sounds made. The look of the vehicles can be customized with more than 2,000 decals that allow you to showcase your own style.
Race towards the strategically placed ramps and define the limits of physics as your car and motorcycle float in the air. During those brief moments of suspension, you perform impressive tricks like barrel rolls and 360 degrees jump. Land back on the track and leave your opponent in the dust as you drive towards the next checkpoint.
Novelties in Asphalt 8: Airborne
More than 40 tracks await players to showcase their skills, each with their own elements and beautiful vistas. Speed across the original version of the track or opt for the mirrored one for a fresh experience. Keep your eyes open for shortcuts that can give you an advantage as you overtake your opponents.
Conquer nine seasons and more than 400 events across the Career mode or outclass rival drivers in one of the exciting multiplayer modes. The latest update, Asphalt 8: Airborne 4.9.1.b, comes with the new Formula E Gen2 electric car and other improvements.
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