The "Asphalt 8" and "GTA: San Andreas" video games reportedly play smoothly on Motorola's latest revamped Droid, the Moto Z Play Droid. The device boasts a Qualcomm Snapdragon 625 Processor clocked at 2GHz and a 3GB RAM. Moto Z Play Droid reportedly performed fast and smooth when these two games were tested and no instances of slowdown were reported.
Meanwhile, the "Asphalt 8" is a 12-years asphalt racing series with no less than 8 main titles and 4 spin-off, and over 350 million downloads. The game has 1.2 million fans on Facebook, millions of viewers on YouTube and multiple awards from the media.
The latest game update for the "Asphalt 8" is set in the streets of Rio with a realistic display created by Tito Ferrara, a famous Brazilian Street Artist. The update for "Asphalt 8" will bring in more cars like the Mercedes-Benz GLC Coupe, Cadillac ATS-V Coupe, Donkervoort D8 GTO and Fenyr Supersport. The update will also include more Enduro Double Down and R&D events, and more challenges to get more rewards and a better VIP system.
In other news, the next installment in the "GTA" series is rumored to be released with VR integration and may be located in another US-based city. However, other reports say that a more complicated location like Tokyo or London may also be on the ropes.
"Asphalt 8" and "GTA: San Andreas" may be tough performance games that require a supportive device because of the speed and intensity of the game. The Moto Z Play Droid is an affordable Android phone that is priced at $408. The Play reportedly combines value with high performance. Watch the "Asphalt 8" gameplay here.