GT Racing 2 speeds onto Windows Phone with impressive visuals
GT Racing 2 from Gameloft isn't an entirely new game, it's been available on both Android and iOS for a little while now, but finally the racing title has launched on Windows Phone. If you're a massive fan of racing titles, such as Asphalt, GT Racing 2 will be right up your street with impressive visuals to boot.
The game itself comes with bags of content, including 67 licensed cars on a total of 13 tracks. Over 30 manufacturers are present in GT Racing 2 and players will be able to sit in the driving seat of vehicles from Ferrari, Dodge, Nissan, Audi, Ford, and more. Then there's the 1,400 events, which include classic races, one-on-ones, knockouts and overtakes.
Gameloft isn't shy when it comes to releasing impressive looking racing games and GT Racing 2 doesn't disappoint.
The video game studio has packed in a new physics engine for even more realistic driving experiences, as well as loading in multiple weather conditions and different times of the day for races to feel more alive. When racing in single player becomes rather tedious, there's the option to compete against friends or other players from around the world in multiplayer match ups.
Then, when you become a veteran, there's always the garage to fine tune performance for ultimate victories. GT Racing 2 looks great on a Windows Phone and runs smoothly as expected. Do note that you'll require 1 GB of RAM to run the game and Wi-Fi as it's a solid 1007 MB download. It's available for free with in-app purchases.
Thanks to everyone who tipped us!
Update: For those of you concerned, Gameloft reached out to us and said that they'll be coming out with a 512 MB-friendly version of the game soon.
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Rich Edmonds was formerly a Senior Editor of PC hardware at Windows Central, covering everything related to PC components and NAS. He's been involved in technology for more than a decade and knows a thing or two about the magic inside a PC chassis. You can follow him on Twitter at @RichEdmonds.
I'm tired of people who complains about games/app not running on their low-end WP/Android devices and saying that buying an iPhone would be better...
C'mon how stupid can you be? comparing a basic phone vs. a high-end phone?. It's like if you buyed a Toyota Corolla expecting to perform equally to a Subaru Impresa...
A great game like Asphalt 8 does then why this game ???
WP is just a shit.......
I downloaded the game but it ain't even going through the Gameloft logo... A moment shown, next not. What could be wrong?