Here’s a bit of info on the latest 2015 CSR Racing Update
The latest CSR Racing update features a new multi-player season and a new user interface. To play play you click the “play online” icon in the upper right corner of your screen. Then click “next” in the lower right corner and you’ll be presented with several race options:
Race the World — race the world to win cash, gold, and PRO cars
Pro Club — race with PRO cars for double RPs
Open Doors (the 1st Special Event) –limited time event earns triple RPs
Race the World is a great place to begin while you’re waiting for the Open Doors event to unlock.
The Pro Club is an excellent venue in which to earn a bunch of RPs and rise to the top of the rankings while waiting for the Open Doors event to unlock.
When the Open Doors event unlocks you will be very happy with the cash and RPs awarded for each win. I won between 3,000 and 15,000 RPs each race during my first streak! Yes, that’s not a typo — 15,000 RPs for one race! I couldn’t wait to move on to streak number 2.
Holy bait and switch Batman…we’ve been duped!
All of a sudden the difficulty for each race went through the roof! I hired the Pro Tuner and the Blogger as I normally do and I lost the first race. OK, that must have been a fluke. The blogger scrubbed that result after I watched an ad. I lost the second race and watched another ad for the opportunity to try again. By this time the Pro Tuner and the Blogger timed out so I turned the game off.
I thought about it for a while and started the game again, entered the Open Doors event and hired the Pro Tuner, Tire Mechanic, N20 Maniac and the Blogger. This time I won every race. It occurred to me that CSR Racing hopes that you will spend real money on the full Race Team. Some people think that this is somehow wrong or sneaky. There’s nothing wrong with what CSR Racing is doing because they ARE a business and they are doing this to make money (and at the same time offering you something of value — a fun gaming experience).
Once the Open Doors event is over you’ll have to wait a few hours to participate in the next event which is the Shelby GT350R event which is a two day event and it awards RP X 5 which is amazing. But that won’t do you any good unless you actually own a Shelby GT350R. And you can’t buy one with cash. It’s available in the dealership for 120 Gold only. I think I’ll pass…I’m earning ample RPs racing in the Pro Club.
I’ll be back in a couple of days to let you know what the next Special Event is.
I’m back. The next Special Event is the Cash Flow Event and it starts in 2 hours and 46 minutes. It earns RP x3 and that’s all I know right now. I’ll come back with more info when it starts…
The Cash Flow Event has started. You have to switch to a Tier 1 car to participate in this event. The prizes for winning streaks are cash and gold (up to $100,000 and 12 gold coins). The first streak is easy but they get more challenging as you advance so it is imperative that you hire the race team.
The final Special Event is the Perfection. The goal is to get as many perfect starts and perfect shifts as possible for which you will be rewarded with cash and gold. You are allowed to use any car in your garage so I recommend you use the one you are most comfortable with. Be mindful that you can’t win every race based on perfect starts and/or perfect shifts. The key to winning is discovering a car’s perfect shift pattern (PSP).
The current season will be over soon and I’m curious to know what you think/thought of it. Or if you need or have a PSP for a particular car ask or share in the comments section below.
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