Asphalt 8: Airborne Cheats And Tips- London
Asphalt 8 Track Tips
Asphalt 8: Airborne's due to hit the iOS and Android app stores later this week, and we checked out the tracks to provide you with strategies to get the most from each race.
This time, we visit jolly old London to help show your opponents a thing or two on the road. With our tips, you'll earn a first place victory in no time, old chap.
-When you start the race, conserve boost power. Your opponents may have a bit of a lead, so you won't get to ram them right away. Save it for later, after you get some air from a big jump on the right side of the track. When they start to slow down for the curves ahead, hit the Nitro and smash them up good.
-Stay to the right of the main road when you begin the race. Not only will you hit the ramp, but you'll also collect a couple of Nitros your adversaries will leave behind.
-Keep your thumb on the drift button with the next couple of turns. You'll master these corners with ease and earn a little extra boost in the process.
-After making your way through a tunnel, the city will divide into sections. For the first route, go left past the fountain. There are ramps here - regular and corkscrew - plus it's a shorter route than the turn on the right side. For the second, they're about even, so either left or right will do.
-When you come to the third part of the dividing road, you may be tempted to take the shorter route on the right, but stick with the left. You'll find an opportunity to drift, along with picking up extra Nitro.
-The road will continue to divide, but follow either path. You'll eventually come to a bridge, and be sure to take the ramp just before it. You'll land on the bridge and earn extra boost power. From there, boost away and you should be able to take out a few opponents.
-You can take the bridge or hit a side road that jumps off to the left. The side road is better, as it's more of a straightaway where you can gain some speed.
-After leaving the small area and drifting, you'll come across a pair of ramps. One leads back to the main road, and another will help you clear an overpass, rather than going under it. Going over is better for earning extra boost - and gaining the lead.
-The final break-up - two dividing roads yet again - will either take you on a road leading back to the finish line or over a bridge that lets you clear a large river. Obviously, the bridge is the best choice, because of the extra boost opportunity.
Asphalt 8: Airborne releases on August 22nd for iOS and Android devices.