CSR Racing 2

CSR Racing 2

By NaturalMotion

  • Category: Games
  • Release Date: 2016-06-29
  • Current Version: 1.20.1
  • Adult Rating: 4+
  • File Size: 2.34 GB
  • Developer: NaturalMotion
  • Compatibility: Requires iOS 9.0 or later.
Score: 5
5
From 532,426 Ratings

Description

CSR Racing 2 – The next chapter to the #1 drag racing franchise of all time has arrived. “Unbelievably good looking”, KOTAKU “So real it hurts”, CULT OF MAC “Obliterates the line between console and mobile graphics”, POLYGON “CSR Racing 2 is visually stunning” – Gamezebo “CSR Racing 2 looks absolutely gorgeous” – Eurogamer Setting a new standard in visuals, CSR2 delivers hyper-real drag racing to the palm of your hand. Compete against live players across the world with your custom built supercars, including LaFerrari, McLaren P1™, Koenigsegg One:1 and many more. Team up with friends to form a crew, tune your rides for maximum speed and dominate the competition in global crew events. CSR2 is all-new; download for free and start racing now! NEXT-GEN GRAPHICS CSR2 redefines what you thought possible on your mobile device. Using outstanding 3D rendering techniques, CSR2 features the most beautiful and authentic supercars to date. Now you can get inside every car to reveal its meticulously detailed interior, including original manufacturers’ trim options. Racing games do not get any more real than this. REAL-TIME RACING Compete against opponents from around the world or race against your friends in real-time challenges. CONFIGURE AND CUSTOMIZE Customize your car with a wide range of paint, rims, brake calipers and interior trims, just as you would in real life with a world-class car configurator. Choose from paint wraps, decals and custom license plates to personalize your ride. UPGRADE, TUNE AND FUSE Car upgrades are only the start. You can now get under the hood to tune gear ratios, tire pressure, nitrous boost settings and much more. And when the competition gets ruthless, make sure you strip surplus cars for parts, and fuse them into your favorite vehicles. BUILD YOUR DREAM GARAGE Collect the supercars of your dreams and show them off in your huge warehouse garage – CSR2 features over 200 officially licensed vehicles from the world’s most desirable car manufacturers including Ferrari, McLaren, Bugatti, Lamborghini, Pagani and Koenigsegg. PLAY WITH FRIENDS – AND MAKE FRIENDS Team up with your friends; plus join in with live chat, multiplayer races, online crews, exciting new online events and competitive seasonal rankings. DOMINATE THE CITY Compete in single-player Crew Battles across stunning race environments and work your way from rookie to pro by defeating the top crews in a city where nothing is as it seems. Can you uncover the truth? Remember to keep an eye out for events to earn extra cash for upgrades and win rare parts for your rides. New events added daily! --------------------- Requires iOS 9 or later. ADDITIONAL DISCLOSURES • For specific information about how Zynga collects and uses personal or other data, please read our privacy policy at http://www.zynga.com/privacy/policy. • This game does permit a user to connect to social networks, such as Facebook, and as such players may come into contact with other people when playing this game. Social Networking Service terms may also apply. • The game is free to play, however in-app purchases are available for additional content and premium currency. In-app purchases range from $0.99 to $99.99. • You will be given the opportunity to participate in special offers, events, and programs from Zynga Inc. and its partners. Use of this application is governed by the Zynga Terms of Service, found at https://www.zynga.com/legal/terms-of-service. Collection and use of personal data are subject to Zynga’s Privacy Policy, found at http://www.zynga.com/privacy/policy.

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Reviews

  • It’s good

    4
    By King-Junior101
    Smooth game, kind of addictive but when I beat the boss it won’t let me miss out on the last last race, it’s annoying. Lol.
  • Live races getting worse

    2
    By E-Toh
    I had written a review about a month ago about the live races having issues with connecting to other racers and that’s STILL an issue. But it seems that after the last update the live races have gotten worse. Every time either I or the person I’m racing place bets we automatically get disconnected. And now it seems that I can’t win one live race after the update. When I would go to the live races before the update at least I won a few and lost a few. Not sure if the devs read these or even care. But it seems to me that it’s the latter. Don’t get me wrong, I do enjoy playing this game and have purchased a few things to support the devs but as of right now I’m not spending a penny on this game until they at least try and fix the live racing issues.
  • Upgrades

    1
    By Flabbah
    Not giving you the desired upgrade to challenge Shacks its so annoying
  • Crooked money grabbing game.

    1
    By TravelingTexas
    I thought it was fun. Then strangely my time dropped because I didn’t pay 2.99. Even the fact that they push so hard for that is crooked. Y’all should be ashamed of yourselves. But I guess you’re probably rolling in it so.... If I could give negative stars I would. This game is a perfect example of what’s wrong with gaming today.
  • Dreamnasty24

    5
    By dreamnasty24
    Love the graphics and everything there should be a update where you can do burnouts and drive around
  • Add new cars

    5
    By Yaelrivera120
    NaturalMotion if you see this please at least add Tesla’s like the roadster PLEASE🙏🏼
  • Gets worse as you play on...

    2
    By Just MeXx
    This game is a good time waster and that’s all it has going for it. Let’s start with gameplay. As you go up in tiers, less cars are available to you with in game currency; the rest are either from rare imports (slot machine) or bought with an obscene amount of gold never achievable through just playing. Tier 5 literally has three cars to choose from with the in game cash: Lamborghini Huracán, Ferrari F12, and I believe the last one is the Mclaren 570s. So there’s no variety to a casual/consistent player. Then you have the behavior of the cars. Some cars don’t belong in certain tiers anyway (KTM just... why?). A good amount of cars have no logic as to the way they drive. Why is the Lamborghini huracan have better acceleration than its own performante counterpart which behaves like a Bentley, which THAT car behaves like a f1 off the start. And on top of that why does the huracan accelerate faster than a Aventador and Sesto Elemento? The list can keep going too. Tuning is a mess, especially the final gear ratio tuning. Why does tuning directly influence the performance of your car based on the numerical value. It shouldn’t change the performance of your car just because the game doesn’t want you to set it up that way. My Huracán’s “best” (using that term very loosely) setup has the final gear all the way to 5.00, so it pounded off the starting line but hits “top speed” before the half mile is even finished. My preference (being a gear head) would be to lower the final gear in favor of top speed since acceleration is already good and put more psi in the tires to favor top speed as well but if I do that, that secondary numerical value will go negative since the final gear setting is very sensitive. One last thing; there will be races where you literally will see yourself in first and lose. I’m not talking about like watching the tip of your bumper, I’m saying that your car will be a whole bonnet in front and claims you lose, you had the worse time which is BS because you’re both starting at the same exact time. Micro transactions plague this game worse than EA does to their games. You literally cannot beat the tier 5 boss a third time unless you get a stage 6 upgrade and I’m guessing they want to have more than one, so I hit a dead point in the game. On top of that, special events are for certain cars only, 90% of the time a car that you either won’t and will never have or a car you even want. The Lamborghini Centenario just came into the game and they wasted two special events dedicated just to that ONE CAR. But don’t worry you can buy it for $6.99 and have about 45 minutes of fun until you bang your head on the wall for paying that much for a virtual car. Also, everything past I believe stage 3 upgrades have waiting times which is unbelievable in the first place and is even more ridiculous when for tier 5 one part takes 6 hours to deliver, and new cars that you buy take up to about 18 hours! I haven’t put a cent into this game and never will, I’m even contemplating if I should delete it and/or make contact with the company of how ridiculous it is that you need to pay the whole way to have a good time. This behavior from the devs clearly shows that they only care towards the whales that throw money at this game rather than the other 85% of us that bought this game because it’s a free, visual outstanding, simplistic drag racing game. Either don’t make the game free or revise some issues that could make the game infinitely more enjoyable because it’s clear that the creators don’t care what is happening unless it has a money symbol.
  • Good game

    5
    By aliusa31
    Super fun game love it
  • Perfect game to keep

    5
    By 15💯kt
    There are no errors in this game the car customization is 100% GREAT !!
  • More cars you can buy with in game money not gold

    3
    By CR15-TR4P find me in pixel gun
    Ok so idk if a lot of people like it but a lot of people download CSR and they expect a cool car from let’s say tier 3 and they look at the how much it costs and it said rare imports that’s so f*****g gay because a lot of people want cool cars but oh you have to win them in rare imports I mean you should make rare imports about car parts but not about cars like make all the cars buyable with in game cash not gold I mean a lot of people would like that speaking for everyone when I say this I think MAKE ALL THE CARS BUYABLE WITH IN GAME CASH NOT gold because it would make a lot of things easier just SINCERELY cris P.S. love your game

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