- one Introduction
- 2 DRL simulator features
- 3 Real tracks
- four Leaderboards
- 5 View replays of all pilots
- 6 Online and LAN racing
- 7 Tutorial Modes
- eight Creation and fine-tuning
- 9 Support for joysticks and remote controls
- ten Become a Drone Racing League Pilot
- eleven System requirements
- 12 Price
- 13 Our results
At the beginning of 2016 we wrote about the Drone Racing League. League of professional racers in which millions of dollars are invested today. DRL racing is broadcast on three channels in the US, UK and Germany. To make the sport more accessible and popular, the league introduced a simulator.
DRL SIMULATOR — The first professional drone racing simulator! It has all the features of modern games and even more. Graphics and simulator engine at the level of PlayStation 4 games.
DRL simulator features
- Real tracks
- View replays of all pilots
- Racing online or on a local network
- Tutorial Modes
- Creating and fine-tuning drones
- Support for joysticks and remote controls
- Internal currency
- Opportunity to become a Drone Racing League pilot
- Online chat
In the simulator, a constantly updated number of real-life locations where the stages of the DRL league take place.
There are three flight modes available in the simulator: SOLO/FREESTYLE/MULTYPLAYER. Each track has its own table of the best results, which records the best time of each pilot, among which there are current champions.
View replays of all pilots
In addition to the result in the table, you can see the replay of the race itself from the first or third person. See in detail in slow motion how the best pilots go through difficult places on the track.
Online and LAN racing
Multiplayer allows you to race both on a local network and online with pilots around the world, agreeing on a race in the simulator’s online chat.
For beginners who are flying a drone for the first time, there are tutorials. They will help to learn control from primitive to complex.
Creation and fine-tuning
The pilot can build his own race drone build and fine-tune its flight characteristics. Everything is like in real life.
Support for joysticks and remote controls
The DRL simulator supports both control panels (transmitters) and joysticks from PS4 and XBOX consoles. It is enough to set up the device and go through a simple calibration. Manufacturers recommend using FrSky Taranis.
Setting up FrSky Taranis+ X9D
Spektrum DX9 setup
Setting up Xbox One and Xbox 360 joysticks
Become a Drone Racing League Pilot
In the simulator, you can apply to participate in the DRL. At the end of each year, 25 pilots with the shortest total time on all courses are selected. Contracts for participation in DRL are concluded with them. This is your chance to win $75,000.
- Windows 64-bit only
- OS: Windows 7 x64 or better
- Processor: Intel Core i5-4460 (2.70GHz) or better
- RAM: 8GB RAM or more
- Video card: NVIDIA GeForce GTX 650 (2GB) or better
- DirectX: version 11
- Hard disk: 10 GB minimum
- Mac 64-bit only
- OS: macOS Sierra version 10.12 or later
- Processor: Intel Core i5 or better
- RAM: 8GB RAM or more
- Video card: AMD Raedon R9 m370x 2048mb or better
- Hard disk: 10GB minimum
DRL simulator is available for download on the Steam online service.
Location: LAPOCALYPSE. TRACK: DRL 2016.
Location: OUT OF SERVICE. TRACK: THE TERMINAL.