Nitro Racing GO Drifts Onto iOS and Android

The latest mobile title from T-Bull combines racing with card collection in a fresh new free-to-play experience.

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There are a lot of mobile games on the market that look to appeal to players interested in simple short-form games. And while that's a perfectly-servicable approach, sometimes it's nice to check out a title that doesn't mind trying a few different things in order to present a robust new experience. Such is the case with Nitro Racing GO, the latest title from developer T-Bull that combines elements of racing games together with bits and pieces cherry-picked from other gaming genres.

One of the coolest things that Nitro Racing GO does different is offer players the chance to upgrade their cars during a race. Passing opponents unlocks money, and that money can be used to purchase new parts and driving abilities that will go into immediate effect. On paper, this means that the game plays out in a manner unlike traditional racing games, where all upgrades and abilities are set before a match. Instead, players will need to pass rivals and apply upgrades within the race in order to keep in themselves in the pole position.

That's not the only thing that Nitro Racing GO does differenty: the game also employs a card collection system that tasks players with seeking out different booster cards that can be used to further customize their vehicles. All in all, the game features over 45 different components that players can use to trick out their rides, and according to a press release for the game, T-Bull will be offering up a number of different global tournaments each week in order to keep the action fresh.

Mobile players and adrenaline junkies alike can jump into T-Bull's latest experience right now, as Nitro Racing GO is currently available to download as a free-to-play title through both the Google Play Store and the Apple App Store.

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