Rovio has just updated Angry Birds Go!, the free-to-play kart racing game featuring characters popularized in the company's Angry Birds series of physics-based puzzle games, with an enhancement to the game's multiplayer mode.
First teased by Rovio shortly after the game's release in December last year, multiplayer support was added to Angry Birds Go in July, enabling players to race against Facebook friends and other players from around the world.
Now, Angry Birds Go's multiplayer mode has been revved up by Rovio to allow for teams of three to race against one another. “Assemble a team with your friends and go beak-to-snout with rival crews in 3-on-3 multiplayer races of speed and guts!” Rovio dares players. “The green flag is waving, draft your team and GO!”
Check out Rovio's trailer for Angry Birds Go's new team multiplayer feature:
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In addition to team multiplayer, Angry Birds Go has also just been updated with nighttime racing, inviting you to “race your favorite tracks with the headlights on.”
See also: Rovio updates Angry Birds Friends with new Halloween tournament and global league, Rovio rolls out Angry Birds Transformers on iOS worldwide, and Go pig or go home in the new NBA Ham Dunk episode of Rovio's Angry Birds Seasons.