Firemint promised a month ago, and now the racing game "Real Racing 2 HD" is live on the App Store with support for real 1080p video output that lets you enjoy action on your big screen in native 1920-by-1080 pixel resolution, without upscaling. It's a first for iPad 2 and a testament to the power of the A5 chip.
Real Racing 2 HD is a heart-pounding, visually astounding 3D racer that puts the steering wheel directly in your hands. The expansive, 10-plus hour career mode and extensive, one-of-a-kind multiplayer means the fight for first place is never over.
According to the publication, Real Racing 2 HD, a ten bucks download, runs at thirty frames per second in 1080p "without any borders". When you turn on the 1080p output mode, the game displays a track map and real-time racing telemetry on the device which also doubles as a steering wheel controller.
Of course, you will need a $39 Apple Digital AV Adapter to connect your iPad 2 to your tube via HDMI.
Here's what's new in Version 1.10:
- Full HD 1080p TV-out and dual screen gaming support on iPad 2. Experience Real Racing 2 HD like never before in stunning, true 1080p while real-time racing telemetry is displayed on iPad 2
- Enhanced visuals for Alkeisha Island and San Arcana tracks on iPad 2
- Memory optimizations to minimize crashes
Watch the demo video below:
Download From: iTunes App Store ($9.99)