How To Get The Real Racing 3 Livery For Your 1967 Chevrolet Camaro SS


Quick public service announcement for Real Racing 3 players:

Studio Firemonkeys just gave away a free 1967 Chevrolet Camaro SS to celebrate Real Racing 3’s fifth birthday, and you can read all about it right here.

Along with the free car, players also get access to a free Real Racing 3-themed livery to make your Camaro look like the one in the picture above. Without the livery it comes as a standard red, which is actually a nice look, but the RR3-themed livery is what you’ll want to wear for a night on the town.

But how do you access it? Unfortunately, Firemonkeys haven’t made it all that clear.

From the home menu, head up the top and select your garage, bringing up your shiny new red Camaro. From there, head down to the bottom of your screen and hit Customise, select the Paint menu on the left, then select the Official option (the leftmost tab). Finally, select the grey tile on the far right of all the Official Paint options.

Wait a second, and then watch as your shiny red Camaro transforms into a Real Racing 3-themed beast. Be sure to pan around a little with the camera over the roof, bonnet, and rear to see all the nice touches that have gone into the livery’s design.

Done. Enjoy.

Real Racing 3 Turns 5 – Grab Your Free 1967 Chevrolet Camaro SS


With over 400 million downloads, more than 200 cars, and nearly 1.5 million followers on Facebook, it’s hard to consider Real Racing 3 to be anything but a success story, especially when you throw in the fact that it’s now five years old.

Five years old. Let’s think about that for a second.

Five is a lot of years in gaming. In 2013 we had no idea what a Nintendo Switch was, and the PS4 and Xbox One were both unveiled and released (as was the Ouya, remember that?). Five years is almost an entire console generation.

Even after five years, the studio behind Real Racing 3 – Firemonkeys – continues to churn out new events and add new cars, constantly finding new auto-related ways of soaking up hours of our time.

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