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Will CSR2 be the most beautiful racer on mobile?

NaturalMotion has released a teaser trailer for CSR2, coming soon to mobile platforms.
 
The follow-on to the original CSR Racing, one of the most popular racing games with 130 million downloads to its name, CSR2 looks to be one of the most beautiful racing games we’ve ever seen on mobile.
 
Zynga and NaturalMotion have worked closely together with auto manufacturers such as Ferrari, Lambourghini and McLaren to create realistic cars, which you can customise to build your ultimate garage.
 
NaturalMotion’s London East studio is responsible for the game and is comprised of developers who have worked across well-known racing titles like Forza, Need for Speed, DiRT and Burnout.
 
A huge part of the game is the vehicle curation, with the game giving you options for paint options, brake callipers and trims among others for car customisation.
 
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Of course, it won’t just be about creating the ultimate garage. CSR2 will build upon the drag races and other modes of CSR Racing but with some innovations.
 
NaturalMotion isn’t giving us any more information on this at present, but promises that the game will enter several soft launch phases soon.
 
The full launch is expected later this year across the world on mobile devices, although specific platforms haven’t yet been nailed down.
 
Take a look at the teaser trailer below – all captured on an iPhone 6, just so you can marvel at the graphics.
 

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