Real Racing 3 has been updated to include a batch of open-wheeled cars. These new rides include the Caterham Seven 620R, KTM X-Bow R, Ariel Atom 3.5 and V8, plus the Porsche 911 RSR (2014) and Hyundai Veloster Turbo have been tossed in for good measure. That Turbo actually has a special event associated with it where you could win a real trip to Italy. There's also a new Road to Le Mans live event with unique rewards to be won. Finally, you can now check out the collections of your friends, because who doesn't like drooling with envy?

Real Racing 3 is one of the best-looking racing games available on Android right now, though it's chock-full of freemium mechanics, such as premium currency, timers, and energy bars. The new additions may be worth weathering those for awhile at least. Despite them, the gameplay itself is highly polished, and no doubt appealing to gearheads.

How many of you guys are still playing Real Racing 3 regularly? What do you think of the new open-wheelers?


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Real Racing 3's latest update is all about open-wheelers


Yeah, its so much work to get anywhere in that app after a certain point that I just don't play it anymore. And don't even get me started about the time-trial cheating.

Once, i logged in to my Real Racing 3 game and was surprised to have a money worth 700,000,000 and same amount of gold. I'm still enjoying it up to now because I am using the money and the gold and it will be hard to use them all up, and I didn't used any hacks or cheats or something. I know it's unfair but it's making me enjoy the game. But without the money and the gold, this game is very very hard. Up to now I'm still wondering where did the money and the gold came from.

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I'm still playing although not as often as I was. Once you progress so far it becomes harder to get gold to buy the cars + higher end upgrades.

As others have said, the IAPs are pretty restrictive after you reach a certain point. I'm 130th level in the game, and while I still play occasionally, I don't play nearly as often as I used to because it's too hard to make real progress without forking over cash.

Too bad, really, because it's my favorite racing game.

Do you people really expect the developers to work so many hours in a quality game to not somehow have a business model to make money from its customers?