To celebrate more than 100 million downloads of its free-to-play avian kart racer Angry Birds Go, the development team at Rovio has added team multiplayer functionality to the game.
Though the company’s unveiling is light on details, we know the basics. First, the game now supports races that pit teams of three players against one another. Secondly, unlike the vast majority of features available to Angry Birds Go players, this new team multiplayer mode is not an in-app purchase and is actually 100% free. Alongside the new team multiplayer is night racing to the game’s update, for those who prefer their unrealistic motorsports under the cover of darkness.
You can grab Angry Birds Go now from Google Play, the iOS App Store, Windows Store, BlackBerry World or Amazon Appstore.