GT Racing 2: The Real Car Experience is a brand-new racing game by Gameloft for the iPhone, iPad, and Android platforms. In this game you get to race real-life cars on real-life racetracks through various challenges such as standard racing, time trials, knock out races, and other types of competitions. You to upgrade your car, as well as buy brand-new cars with Cash and Coins that you earn. Read on for some tips and tricks for GT Racing 2!
There are many different control settings that you can choose in the game, aside from the ones that you start off with. When you are in the middle of a race, pause the game and hit the settings button. From there, you will be able to change the controls by going to the options menu and then controls, allowing you to do such things as accelerate manually, turn with a simulated steering wheel, or turn by tapping the sides of the screen.
In addition to all of that, you can also change the sensitivity of the controls. Plus, steering assistance and breaking assistants are turned on by default, which means that you have to put in almost no effort in order to make a perfect turn, because the game will stabilize the car and hit the brakes at the right time for you. Once you get the hang of the controls, turn both steering assistance and breaking assistance off. While it will make the game over, and your races occasionally uglier, it will be far easier to maintain speed and to adjust your driving style to your upgrades.
Upgrading your top speed, acceleration, and handling are important, but do not neglect to upgrade your brakes. The stronger that your brakes are, the easier that it is to maintain a high speed until the very last second before you go into a tight turn, which can shave precious seconds and partial seconds off of your time.
You can turn the perfect line, track overview, and camera tilt on and off under the configure tab of the options menu. Plus, you can change your camera angle, which you can also do by tapping the camera icon in the top right corner of the screen during a race.
Adjust your driving style to what car you have, especially if you have a front wheel drive versus a rear wheel drive car. Lighter cars typically exit turns quicker, enter turns later, and use the brakes less in order to go into a turn without crashing into a wall, while heavier but faster cars require more brake action but make up for it in the straightaways and in the wide sweeping high-speed turns.