Firemint has released an update to Real Racing 2 expanding the game’s single-player career mode and making several multiplayer improvements. Real Racing 2 allows users to race any of 30 officially licensed cars in either an extensive single-player career mode or race online with up to 15 other players. The new version adds six new Cup, Time Trial, Head-to-head and Elimination events to the career mode and improves specific control method layouts. Rankings are now used to determine grid positions in multiplayer games and game rooms display each player’s rank and point rewards. Firemint has also updated its multiplayer servers to improve performance and prevent malicious driving. Real Racing 2 is currently on sale in the App Store for $5.
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