Asphalt 8: Airborne Cheats and Tips- Monaco
Asphalt 8 Track Tips
Asphalt 8: Airborne is available for iOS and Android, and we checked out the tracks to provide you with strategies to get the most from each race.
For this guide, we hit the coastal city of Monaco, but there's no time to take in the beautiful sights, as we have races to win. With these tips, you'll pass the finish line in record time.
-When you begin the race, you'll see two paths. The one on the left may appear easier to access, and a Nitro will be right there to pick-up, but it's the long way around. The right path is a little more chaotic because most of your opponents will take it, but it'll shave a few seconds off your time. Plus, you might knock out a car or two with a quick boost, adding extra Nitro to your meter.
-If you take the right path, be careful. After running over some harmless furniture, the city will divide and the pathways get smaller. Stay in the middle if you can.
-After the two roads meet, you'll come to a long tunnel. Use this to get a prolonged drift, so you can add to your boost meter and come out strong.
-Once you get through the tunnel, you'll see two paths. The left is the easiest to take, but also the longest, though you will find Nitros at the beginning to help you get a boost. The right way is the shorter route, but you'll have to squeeze between two buses or risk getting into a nasty wreck. Take it if you're absolutely sure you can clear it.
-Following that, the path will be straight for a little while going into another tunnel. Use this opportunity to take your conserved Nitros and keep ahead of the pack.
-After this, you'll come across two nasty hairpin turns. Use your drift to master these turns, and if a car somehow gets past you, don't worry about it. You can boost to regain the advantage once the path goes straight again - and you'll pick up a couple of Nitros along the way.
-The road will be straight for a while, but you'll come upon a big turn. On the tiled path to the left, you'll see a string of Nitros that you can pick up. Use your drift and snag all four, because you'll need them for the finish line. Again, if a car gets past you, don't worry, you'll catch back up as long as you don't wreck or slow down.