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French mobile game publisher and developer Gameloft has been making a deep impact on the Android ecosystem via games. Now the developer has published one more game called GT Racing 2 for its Android fans.
The company also launched its popular Asphalt 8: Airborne for Windows 8 and Windows Phone 8 Devices recently. For Android users, the same game is free to download.
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Very much like the Asphalt 8: Airborne, the newly launched GT Racing 2 is also a speed car racing game with lots of crashes and aerial stunts. However, as of now the game app is only limited to Android devices.
Gameloft claims GT Racing 2 offer "the real car experience." It comes with no less than 67 licensed cars on 13 tracks, including the real Mazda Raceway Laguna Seca and Laguna Seca raceway in California.
Players will be able to test their driving skills by completing 1,400 events, including Classic Races, Duels, Knockouts and Overtakes.
GT Racing 2 is free to download and play, but some feature may require real money, so make sure you disable in-app purchase option if you don't want to spend any cash playing the game. Keep in mind the game is compatible with devices running Android 2.3 and up.
The game file is massive, weighing more than1GB, so make sure you have plenty of room on your devices. Perhaps you might want to use WiFi network to download the game.