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Rally Racing And Android Come Together In Rush Rally Origins

Rush Rally Origins
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Rush Rally Origins is a new racing game out on Android devices today. It’s a premium title with absolutely zero ads and no in-app purchases. So you can buy it once and enjoy the entirety of the game content contained within.

If that sounds appealing to you, you can grab it right now on the Play Store for the very reasonable price of $4.99. As noted by Android Police, the game was launched yesterday, August 19. This is the latest game in the series from developer Bromonster Limited. And if you like this one then you may like the other two Rush Rally games which are available on Android as well. Rush Rally 3 and Rush Rally 2.

The former can be had for the same price as Rush Rally Origins, Meanwhile Rush Rally 2 is quite a steal at $1.99.

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Experience “realistic top-down-rallying” with Rush Rally Origins

If you want realistic rally racing, this game claims to offer it. It’s also in a top-down style camera angle, which adds a bit of challenge to the gameplay if you’re used to racing games with first-person and third-person views.

There’s a collection of different rally cars to choose from that come from past games in the franchise. And they’re upgradeable. As you play, you can unlock the ability to implement these upgrades to give your chosen car better performance. Bromonster also says the upgrade system is fairly easy to use.

So things shouldn’t feel convoluted and overly complex. Basically, don’t expect to be dealing with an upgrade and tuning system that you would find in games like Gran Turismo.

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There’s controller support and global leaderboards

Not everyone is keen on using touch controls for mobile games. Even if they are sometimes very good. If you’re in the camp that doesn’t care for touch controls most of the time, you’ll be happy to know that Rush Rally Origins has optimized controls for both touch and gamepads.

So link up that Razer Kishi, Xbox Wireless controller, DualSense etc. and go to town. Or, try out the touch controls and see what you think. As Bromonster boasts that they work pretty well. And there’s no disputing that playing with touch controls is more convenient. Since you don’t have carry anything else around with you but your phone.

The game also has global leaderboards. So the more you race the more you can climb up the ladder, competing with other players. If you want to check this game out for yourself, you can grab it from the Play Store button below.

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