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The Drone Racing League: High Voltage

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FLY THE WORLDS FASTEST DRONES Home to the fastest drones on the planet, the Drone Racing League is proud to offer players the most electrifying FPV drone racing game ever: DRL High Voltage! RACE KILLER TRACKS Race on supercharged tracks, designed by the pros, for the pros, and master the skills that could take you to the big leagues! That's right! The best High Voltage pilots compete for a chance to take on and stun real world champions, in real life Drone Racing League events! EARLY ACCESS BONUS All Early Access players will receive: The Drone Racing League Season 2 Maps will be released throughout the season free of charge Racer3 free trial during Early Access period Features: • Learn new skills and practice them using the all new Mission System • Find all Freestyle Mode • Race real-life DRL courses and maps based on current and previous seasons (coming soon) • Explore all new Maps • Real-time Multiplayer (coming soon) • Personalize and optimize your drones in the Garage (coming soon) Do you have what it takes? There's only one way to find out...
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Release date
Jun 23, 2017
Developer
The Drone Racing League
Publisher
The Drone Racing League
Age rating
Not rated
Website
https://thedroneracingleague.com/highvoltage/

System requirements for PC

Minimum:
  • OS: Windows 8x64 or greater
  • Processor: Intel Core i5-4460 (2.70 GHz) or better
  • Memory: 8 GB RAM
  • Graphics: NVIDIA GeForce GTX 650 (2GB) or better
  • DirectX: Version 11
  • Network: Broadband Internet connection
  • Storage: 4 GB available space
  • Additional Notes: For best experience a controller or radio controller are needed. Specs can change over time and with optimizations.
Recommended:
  • OS: Windows 10x64 or greater
  • Network: Broadband Internet connection
  • Additional Notes: For best experience a controller or radio controller are needed. Specs can change over time and with optimizations.

System requirements for macOS

Minimum:
  • OS: MacOS Sierra version 10.12 or newer
  • Processor: 3.7 GHz or faster
  • Memory: 12 GB RAM
  • Graphics: 2x2048MB VRAM
  • Network: Broadband Internet connection
  • Storage: 5 GB available space
  • Additional Notes: For best experience a controller or radio controller are needed. Specs can change over time and with optimizations.
Recommended:
  • OS: MacOS Sierra version 10.12 or newer
  • Network: Broadband Internet connection
  • Additional Notes: For best experience a controller or radio controller are needed. Specs can change over time and with optimizations.
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The Drone Racing League: High Voltage reviews and comments

Translated by
Microsoft from French
Very good Simulator! I would even say the best in the category "drone racing"! I play with an Xbox 360 controller in Pro mode with the right settings it's nickel. It's a simulator so it's technically a physics very close to reality so you have to practice a few days before you can have a good control of its drone. The speed effect is so messy that once left the game everything else seems so slow it's so Whew, I love it! the graphics sound very beautiful and the game well optimized and continuous to be. We need fluidity then 60FPS constant not negligible. I had played free beta and the devs are very active! the game has evolved so much! Conclusion: hours and hours of flight! And in addition there are maps of the community! PS: If you do not have a remote control but an Xbox controller, remove the joystick, take rivets and put them in the joystick mechanism it comes back nickel and hop a remote control and a lot of precision won!
Translated by
Microsoft from Deutsch
When I started FPV flying 8 Months ago, I used the DRL-Sim to get in. Good for Practicing, and even for nothing, that was great. There was only the acro fashion, and as hard as it was-in Real-Life I switched to Acro as well. Now that summer is over, I'll come back to DRL-Sim and BAM an Update and I'll be headed to Steam. Ok-€15 in early Access that's worth it, and we're before December 1st. So Steam turned on and ... Now it's already €20!! What's going on? There is nothing more to see here from the early Access. I don't want to argue about €5bn, but an uneasy Feeling remains. Ok bought anyway-I want to fly. And now I seem to have installed the whole thing a second time, the old Version continues to Send me to Steam, even though it shows "up to date." strange! Anyway, it starts, and of course you need a Transmitter as a Controller (you should think who has that flies real too). So I go to Training first because all The Scores are new and then this toy copter awaits me, which reacts even more primily than it looks. Throttle partly addresses with 1/2 Sec Delay, and knows only rough Steps. Kind of LIKE FPV over WLan And cell phone glasses. And then you have to agonize through cumin missions with fully automatic level mode. Partly annoying primitive, and then again extreme Time Pressure. Is this a good Introduction? It doesn't convince me. It is a good thing that, as in the old Version, you can also go into the Level by Freestyle. Now you can even choose a Copter, and the race models also fly quite passable. It still feels like a battery that is too heavy, but the Controls are now jerk-free and as even as you need. So My System is not because of it. Conclusion: Unsightly Transition from the old Version, annoying Entry through the Trainer but good Level designs. From the realistic Feeling of Flight Behavior, the DRL-Sim is ok, but clearly can't keep up with the FPV freerider recharged.
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