The Drone Racing League (DRL) has received a new update for its drone racing simulator, adding new maps and other assets and improvements. The update is version 3.7 that brings added excitement to the current drone racing season.
The update is the addition of the first nine tracks from the current 2020 season with new assets from the current season and various performance improvements. The maps added are marked with difficulty and range from 771 meters long to 1.8 kilometers long while the tracks include the following: Gony, Bridge, California Heights, Miami, Mardi Gras, Detroit, Adventuredome, L’apocalypse, and London.*
It is possible to race in the new maps in the solo race, multiplayer, and freestyle modes. The (DRL) has pointed out that users running OSX may be required to give disk permissions again. Once this is done again, the game will likely work as it should. This means that the remainder of the maps from the 2020 season will probably be added to the Subscriber Identity Module (SIM) in the new year.
Community tournaments are another way of participating in activities related to drones, which are held every Sunday from 3 pm to 7 pm (EST). It is possible to stay up-to-date with everything that has to do with DRL SIM by joining the Discord server, where participants stay active.*
The DRL SIM is the Drone Racing League’s official drone racing and freestyle simulator, which has improved to such an extent that those who use it experience flying a drone as if they were flying in the real world. In fact, to be able to get the physics right and create a database of all the parts to create over 260,000 drone combinations, the team captured tracking data of drones flying around in real life.*
The simulator makes it possible to practice flying safely in an open space as one prefers, or race against other people online to test one’s skills. It is also possible to race for a place in the drone racing league at the time of the DRL SIM tryouts.
The DRL SIM — the DRL’s official drone racing and freestyle simulator — has improved to such an extent that it has become so amazingly realistic that those who use it think they are actually flying a drone in the real world.
The (DRL) has also received a new update for its drone racing simulator, adding new maps and other assets and improvements, which adds excitement to the current drone racing season.