Now that the craziness that is Asphalt 8 is out of their system, Gameloft is bringing a more realistic racer to the App Store this fall. GT Racing 2: The Real Car Experience takes a less arcadey and more simulationy approach to its cars (all 67 of them, from 35 different manufacturers) and real world tracks. I’m just guessing here, but it might have something to do with their teaming up with Mercedes-Benz.
We don’t know much else about it at this point except that it’s due out this fall – and it looks pretty sweet – but we’ll do our best to stay on top of it!
Mercedes Benz has announced that it will use Apple’s Siri voice activated personal assistant software currently available on the iPhone 4S to drive its new “Drive Kit Plus” system that will allow drivers to access and control their iPhone apps with their voice while driving. “Drive Kit Plus” will be integrated with Mercedes Benz Digital Drivestyle system which transmits and formats iPhone screens to in-car screens.
Using “Drive Kit Plus” drivers will be able to control their music, change radio stations, send texts, make phone calls, update their Facebook and Twitter accounts, or even control their Aupeo Personal Radio. “Drive Kit Plus” will also integrate with Garmin GPS systems to provide drivers the ability to find directions and routes through voice commands.
This new, Siri-powered feature is slated for a debut at the 82nd International Motor Show in Geneva, Switzerland on March 8th and will make Mercedes Benz the first auto manufacturer to integrate Apple tech into their in-car systems.
Rubicon have kept their ears open and made a number of changes to Combat Monsters based on the feedback received from fans. The new update provides users with a revamped user interface, a new skeleton monster, asynchronous multiplayer, and new matchmaking that keeps the multiplayer battles fair with no need to pay to win.