In the realm of racing games on Android Gameloft's Asphalt 8 is one of the most popular options you'll find. This is due to many reasons like the availability of things like stunning 3D visuals and multiplayer, but likely the largest reason is because the game has a massive amount of content available because Gameloft keeps updating the game to add in new cars, tracks, events, and more. The most recent update has started rolling out which brings a new Lamborghini vehicle into the mix, and new tracks to race it on should you find the time to acquire it. The update should also be live in the Play Store as of now for anyone who plays the game.
While the Lamborghini Egoista supercar will be the focal point for many players, this isn't the only thing to enjoy with the latest game refresh. New Area 51 tracks are now available to race on which Gameloft state houses a secret in the sky for players to pay attention to. One of the bigger features in Asphalt 8 is the ability to get huge amounts of air, so look out for something special as you race on the new track. The holidays are literally just days away, which makes it all the more fitting that there are a collection of new holiday-themed tracks to race on in addition to the new Area 51 track.
There are also more new vehicles as they Lamborghini Egoista is not the only new car to obtain. In total there are 15 new vehicles including the Lamborghini Asterion, Renault Sport R.S. 01, and the Nissan Skyline GTR-R34, as well as 11 other cars which Gameloft has set up to reveal over the next few weeks. There is also a new game mode to look out for called Tag Racing in which players will get the opportunity to tag a new car to hand off the race to that vehicle. Each race allows players to move through three different cars in all through the span of the race, making for a unique challenge and keeping players from getting to used to the controls of one car. Lastly, Gameloft has added something in called the R&D series, which will allow players to test drive two new vehicles being introduced at a later date.