Windows 8, 10 ‘Asphalt 8: Airborne’ Racing Game Gets New Cars & Races
Asphalt 8: Airborne is one of the best racing games currently available for Windows 8.1 owners and it looks absolutely smashing on tablets, especially. Now it welcomes probably the biggest update since the game was officially made available for download.
I dare say that, at the moment, Asphalt 8: Airborne is the best racing game for Windows 8, and that’s because Gameloft is having faith in the potential of the Windows Store. This game is also one of the best to enjoy on your Windows RT tablet, as well. As you will see for yourself, it has a really good rating of almost 5 stars from more than 30, 000 users. You can follow the link at the end of article to get it if you’re not already playing it. But be careful that it’s quite a space hogger as it comes with an approximate size of almost 1,5 gigabytes.
It seems that the latest update has been there for a while now, but for a certain reason we’ve seen it only now. The racing game now comes with a great-looking Asian-inspired location, called the Great Wall, where you can take your super fast car for 6 brand new tracks. And if you’ve had enough of the cars that are already present, Gameloft announced that some mindblowing and unique rides will make their way, such as the 2014 McLaren P1,Ferrari Testarossa, Dodge Challenger and 2014 Ford F-150! These are truly some masterpieces and if we can’t have them in real world, at least let’s race them on our tablets!
The best arcade racing game series reaches a new turning point! Perform dynamic, high-speed aerial stunts in an intense driving experience powered by a brand-new physics engine!
The game is available for a free download, but as Gameloft has already acquainted us, it comes with inside-app purchases, so make sure you have your credit card or PayPal synced with your Windows 8.1 account. Also, since this is a game with top-notch pefromance, make sure you have the following system requirements – RAM 2GB and DirectX 11 Feature Level 9.3.
The symbiosis of the internet and advertising has long been understood. Everyone understands that if you have access to something that is ‘free’, inasmuch as […]
Firefox has announced that it will start to warn users if they visit any breached sites. This is in an attempt to not only make […]