This is a teaching video to show you where you can jump your car in Real Racing 3. I start with the basic jumps and move on to the big ones. The trickiest part is capturing pictures of the action!! The popular Nurburgring jump can be seen at 2:40. It's the easiest one to take that looks decent. The biggest jump is at Laguna Seca and can be seen at 6:05. There are more jump spots, but Laguna Seca is the biggest! For some big craziness there, check this out https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Cg3FKSgFEgM
My driver settings here are Tilt B, no assists, sensitivity 3
A YouTuber texted me in Spanish asking me for a Spanish commentary. I only speak English so I couldn't do that. However I decided to put down some basic explanations and run it through a Google translator for him. I thought I'd add the English version here, as I didn't put some of this in the video. Here it is:
(1) The best cars for jumping have good speed and good grip or traction. (2) You need to have all assists off. "Brakes" and "Traction" will slow you down as you head to the jump. "Steering" may affect your race line heading to the jump. (3) You have to capture the action when it happens. That means you have to have a finger ready on the pause button as you are jumping. You will find when you use the replay feature, that your jumps won't exist. Your car will be almost entirely on the ground. Resume and pause quickly to get your car to move just a tiny bit each time so you can try to get the best picture. Change the camera angles to get more dramatic pictures. If you touch your screen with two fingers you can slide the whole perspective up, down and sideways. This can make it look like you're taking the picture from the ground compared to a standing position. Well I think that should cover it. I hope you become airborne very soon. Happy racing!
No kidding! Check out the MASSIVE jump in the MP4-X where I clear the whole chicane and then some. Downforce did little to nothing here! It's a shorter video of big and crazy jumps. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Cg3FKSgFEgM
Hi there. I documented as much as I could about that in a blog. You'll also find tips there about how to earn gold. There's no easy answers and no tricks. But there are some races and methods the pay off better than others. Here's the blog http://rr3.wikia.com/wiki/User_blog:ME7/How_did_you_get_that_much_gold%3F%3F
Hola. Lamentablemente, no hablo español. Sin embargo, aún me gustaría ayudar. Pensé en algunas instrucciones básicas sobre cómo hacer esto y las puse a través del traductor de Google. ¡Así que no te molestes si el español no es muy bueno! (1) Los mejores autos para saltar tienen buena velocidad y buen agarre o tracción. (2) Necesita tener todas las asistencias apagadas. "Frenos" y "Tracción" lo retrasarán como lo hizo con el salto. "Dirección" puede afectar su línea de carrera hacia el salto. (3) Debes capturar la acción cuando sucede. Eso significa que debes tener un dedo listo en el botón de pausa mientras estás saltando. Cuando utilice la función de reproducción, encontrará que sus saltos no existirán. Su automóvil estará casi completamente en el suelo. Reanude y pause rápidamente para hacer que su auto se mueva solo un poquito cada vez para que pueda tratar de obtener la mejor imagen. Cambie los ángulos de la cámara para obtener imágenes más dramáticas. Si toca la pantalla con dos dedos, puede deslizar toda la perspectiva hacia arriba, hacia abajo y hacia los lados. Esto puede hacer que parezca que estás tomando la foto desde el suelo en comparación con una posición de pie. Bueno, creo que debería cubrirlo. ¡Espero que esto se haya traducido bien al español y que puedas saltar en el aire pronto!
I remember those days! If you go to my "About" tab you can click on a link where I answer that question in great detail in a blog. It's called "How did you get that much gold". Or you can copy and paste this URL. It's to my page on a Real Racing 3 Fandom site. http://rr3.wikia.com/wiki/User_blog:ME7/How_did_you_get_that_much_gold%3F%3F
I just tried it in 2 different cars. I had several jumps and 1 BIG one, neither showed in the replay. In fact, one had me down in the sand rather than way above it. Looked like I drove into quick sand!
Carter Johnson, hey there. Are you referring to how much gold and R$ I have?? I've never hacked RR3. Last time I used a cheat code I was a teenager on a console game and the victory was empty for me. I haven't done it since. If you scroll down you will find other people have asked me about my gold and I gave a detailed reply there. Some people have accused me of hacking when I show pictures of big jumps, so maybe that's what you meant. I made this video to show that anyone can do it. Happy racing.
For this video I used Mobizen for Samsung. It's the best one I've found so far. It will allow 1080 HD. The only downside is that you get no audio while recording do to a Samsung thing. Great stereo recording in the video though! Then I imported the video into PowerDirector so I could add annotations. The downside to that is it lowers my quality to 720 HD, but it still looks good to me. It's also responsible for the audio delay glitch that happens later, but I've haven't experienced that since. It's all free apps which I sure like!
TRANORS RAZER, hey there. Ive got almost 3000 hours of game play. I used to run 10 lap LeMans twice a day. 18 races a day on double fame weekends! I've done many thousands of laps at Porsche Short Track Endurance. Only buying the upgrades that I need (for the most part). Teams events, sometimes as a 1-man team. Always group B in weekly tournaments. I bought the 1019 gold pack twice when it was 80% off early on, which helped me to get the 10 lap LeMans race quicker. Just last week I did one race that was 400 laps @ Porsche Short Track in the FXX K for the German Laps Challenge. As a one-man team I got all the rewards plus around 420,000 fame for the race. So a lot of long hard racing and careful spending. This page can help you to know which cars to upgrade and how much you have to spend http://rr3.wikia.com/wiki/RR3_Wiki:Upgrades_Strategy_For_100%25_Completion
the10 Random Stuff And More, hey there. Are you asking about the screen shot for the video? That's an in game (Real Racing 3) pic I took of a jump at Laguna Seca track in my Lamborghini Performante (after I made this video). You have to pause and adjust angles to get that shot. You also need a fast run with a really good line at the jump. I show how to do it in the video. You have to catch it live, replays won't show it.
Your little bro shouldn't feel bad. You'd be surprised how many people try jumping, off-track cuts and other things with all assists on. Next thing you know, I'm accused of hacking because it didn't work for them.
Joelikis 321, hey there. Ive got almost 3000 hours of game play. I used to run 10 lap LeMans twice a day. 18 races a day on double fame weekends! I've done many thousands of laps at Porsche Short Track Endurance. Only buying the upgrades that I need (for the most part). Teams events, sometimes as a 1-man team. Always group B in weekly tournaments. I bought the 1019 gold pack twice when it was 80% off early on, which helped me to get the 10 lap LeMans race quicker. Just last week I did one race that was 400 laps @ Porsche Short Track in the FXX K for the German Laps Challenge. As a one-man team I got all the rewards plus around 420,000 fame for the race. So a lot of long hard racing and careful spending. This page can help you to know which cars to upgrade and how much you have to spend http://rr3.wikia.com/wiki/RR3_Wiki:Upgrades_Strategy_For_100%25_Completion
After the first right turn on Circuit de spa-francorchamps, you have a long straight and then you have an uphill S curve. Instead of going through the turn go up to the grass and hit the barrier on the right side of the road it should be in the grass. On a fast car you can easily get about 10 feet of air
Yeah, that's a good one too. There are actually many places to jump/fall high from. I just picked 3 with Laguna Seca being the highest. Laguna is a combination of a high jump and great camera angles due to the terrain drop that is still on track. Nurburgring is one of the easiest to get a decent jump at. The hardest part I think is being ready on the pause button!
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