Asphalt 8: Airborne updated with several new cars, revamped multiplayer events and more

Asphalt 8: Airborne updated with several new cars, revamped multiplayer events and more

Asphalt 8: Airborne is possibly one of the best racing games available at the moment. It gives users the ability to play with several luxury cars from top licensed manufacturers like Lamborghini and Ferrari (you get to unlock more cars as you move on with the game or purchase a car pack), and compete in several exotic locations across the globe. There’s multiplayer gaming for players who want to test their skills against players from across the globe.

For those of you who need practice, you can test it out in the campaign mode which offers eight seasons and 180 different events in the career mode to master the game and improve your driving skills. Furthermore, Gameloft releases timely updates for the games, even on Windows Phone, with several enhancements. Earlier today, the developer released an update for the game which brings several new cars, more customization options, new location and more.

The latest update adds another exotic location, the island of Tenerife, to test your driving skills. Furthermore, there are eight new cars, including the Lamborghini Aventador and several more. Here’s the complete change log for the updated Asphalt 8: Airborne:

  • NEW LOCATION: Master the island of Tenerife, from its tropical beaches to its breathtaking mountains and untamed wilderness, on 4 intense new tracks!
  • 8 NEW CARS: The Lamborghini Aventador, Audi R8 LMS Ultra and 6 more heart-thumping vehicles are coming over the next few weeks. Stay tuned and compete in special Time-Limited Events to unlock them before anyone else!
  • EXCLUSIVE DECALS: Show off your unique style with these new custom options. 
  • REVAMPED MULTIPLAYER EVENTS: Now you can compete against up to 12 players, instead of 8, in more challenging events for more pumped-up rewards.

Head over to the Windows Phone Store using the link below and download the game. Let us know what you think.

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