Drift Max Pro Drift Racing: Walkthrough, Cheats, Tips, and Strategy Guide

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Drift Max Pro Drift Racing is the latest game in the Drift Max series in which you take real-life cars, drift them, earn rewards, and use them to get new cars. Your goal is to get the highest score possible and move onto newer and tougher levels.

You can earn gold, cash, card packs, and more, as you go. Not only do these allow you to upgrade other cars, but they also allow you to upgrade your current cars.

Read on for some tips and cheats for Drift Max Pro Drift Racing!

When you’re playing the levels themselves, your goal is to have the highest drift score, but the levels are too big to transition smoothly from one drift to another. You’ll have to do back-and-forth drifts, including short drifts through straightaways, to keep your drifts going. The longer you do it for, the higher your multiplier is.

To get a higher edge score, get as close to the walls at the edges of the level as possible, and stay there for as long as possible. The longer you stay there, the higher your edge score will be, and the more coins you’ll get.

For a clean race, all you have to do is avoid hitting walls. It doesn’t even matter if your drifts suck and if you don’t get close to the edge; just don’t crash and don’t spin out.

Your coins mainly go toward buying a new car. You can buy a car in E, D, C, B, or A-classes, with the higher classes containing cars with better stats.

Your coins can also be used to buy modifications, but those are entirely cosmetic. If performance is all that matters, then save your coins so that you can buy new cars.

Your stats are Drift, Top Speed, Acceleration, and Handling. For buying tunes, you can’t use coins for them. You have to use gold, which is the premium currency of the game. The better your tune (and the lower your car), the higher your stats will be.

As you play more races, you’ll earn more cards which can go toward modifications. If your goal is to customize and modify these cards, keep on finishing levels and earning more cards.

The career mode is one of the easier modes in the game. All you have to do is drift well enough to earn one star in order to earn more levels, but you have to earn as many stars as possible in order to progress your career. So go for three stars on every stage.

Multiplayer will pit you against other players. You can tandem drift against others, but you have to have an internet connection, and the better the connection, the better the chance you have at winning.

Track of the day is one of the harder modes of the game, but it will also be the one where you can earn the best prizes. Play the track of the day until you win it for some of the biggest prizes of the day, and then the next day, do it again.

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