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Rennsport is now available in Open Beta!

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E-sport driver & Sim Racing enthusiast, I decided to share my passion on this website.

Competition Company and Teyon have just launched the open beta of Rennsport the racing simulation game that has literally been in the starting blocks for too long. This sim-racing title will take the discipline to new horizons, especially as we know that there aren’t many simulation games in the field, even if quantity really doesn’t mean diversity, or even sometimes quality.

As discussed in another article, Rennsport has been in development for some time. However, by the end of 2023, the title had moved into closed beta to a pull number of PC racers. And as I had mentioned, I was expecting Rennsport to go open beta in the second half of 2024 to the delight of runners. And guess what? Rennsport is available in open beta on July 10, 2024 on theEpic Game Store. The aim here is not to offer the game to the general public to see if there are any bugs, but mainly to put the title’s server infrastructure to the test. In other words, studios want to see if their equipment and systems are strong enough to handle thousands of players at the same time.

What else have we learned about Rennsport?

After dissecting the images from the open beta trailer, we can see that there will be a new addition to the list of drivable circuits: the Green Hell and its 26 km of curves, jumps and other technical passages. Of course, you’ll still be able to race on the closed beta tracks: Daytona, Goodwood, Road Atlanta, SPA and the Nurb GP, to name but a few.

As far as cars are concerned, there will still be those present in the closed beta, such as the BMW M4 GT, Porsche 911 GT3 R (992), Mercedes-AMG GT3 2020, Audi R8 LMS GT3 Evo II, Porsche 911 GT3 Cup and a few other racing car models. However, for the new additions, it’s still unclear. In the trailer, there aren’t really any cars that weren’t already present in the closed beta, but I’m thinking there will probably be new vehicles to drive.

Another interesting addition is night racing and some advanced features specific to the open beast. As a result, some of the circuits can be ridden at night, which is great news for endurance racing fans. For racing in general, the open beast will be able to have starting grids with 24 drivers, multi-class races and will also see the implementation of pitstop.

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