GamerMuscle Previews Rennsport – Physics – FFB – Graphics – Monza

GamerMuscle Previews Rennsport - Physics - FFB - Graphics - Monza

Our favorite YouTubing Sim Racer GamerMuscle, was invited to last weekend’s Rennsport and ESL R1 Major Summit in Munich Germany. While there, he has been checking out the latest developments of the upcoming racing simulator.

At the event, GamerMuscle had some exclusive access to an alpha version of the Rennsport simulator. During a talk & driven session, while trying out the newly added Monza track, GM shares his unfiltered first impression of the current state of the Rennsport Force Feedback system, the Physics, and the Graphic fidelity.

Closed Beta

Back in September 2022, Competition Company initiated its Rennsport Closed Beta phase registration. The closed Beta was initially planned to launch at the end of 2022 but had been postponed until somewhere in 2023. Community members who wanted a shot at becoming a closed Beta Tester, could head over to the official RennSport website and fill in the necessary forms to make it on the Closed Beta waiting list.

Competition Company has confirmed that 50% of the Closed Beta access keys will go to those who first registered, while the other 50% are randomly chosen. This means that people who sign up as late as today can still be selected for Beta access.

Those who are lucky enough to make it to the closed beta selection will be able to test five cars on 4 different tracks. The Audi R8 LMS GT3 EVO II, BMW M4 GT3, Mercedes-AMG GT3 2020, and the Porsche 911 GT3 R (992) have been part of the ESL R1 eSport season. Now Competition Company added a fifth car to the list in the form of the Praga R1.

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