Today sees the release of the latest Rotor Rush release, version 3.7
In this new release we have added extra support for all the new tracks about to be released. As well as new additions to the multi-play feature in preparation for the official online multiplayer events you will see starting in June.
Don’t miss out an these all new exciting features, update your copy of Rotor Rush today.
The latest released has a number of new features.
- Custom and Pro quads now 4s as default
- New splash screen which includes news updates as you log in
- New DLC “downloadable content” means you will no longer need to update Rotor Rush every time there are new tracks, now you will be able to choose which tracks you download.
- New IDRL “Indian Drone Racing League” track
The City Scale track is the first of many future freestyle tracks and features sky-scrapers to dive, various cool buildings and even a multi story car park. To celebrate the release we have teamed up with Egodrift and will be running a freestyle competition with loads of Egodrift goodies to win.
After an amazing weekend of action packed racing, iSeries Rush 1 is over, and the worlds first Live Rotor Rush simulator competition has crowned its winner.
The weekend saw pupils from Boswell School compete against professional gamers live on the Rotor Rush simulator with the winner receiving a pair of Vuzix iWear goggles. After a hard battle Jack ‘Denby’ Smith, one of the professional gamers, won the event and was awarded the sought after prize. In the true spirit of the Rotor Rush community Jack then donated the Vuzix goggles to the children from Boswell School.
The event really showed the amazing work that the Rotor Rush academy is doing and how great the community spirit is. The pupils and teachers had an unforgettable time at the UKDS arena and are sure to return again.
A huge think you goes out to everyone involved, with a special mention to Gary “JusticeFPV” Kent and Matthew “Add1ct3dd” Evans, who took time out of their day to spend time with the pupils and answer their questions. Helping the next generation of pilots and nurturing their interest in drones, technology and all the skills involved with being a responsible drone pilot.
Photos by Jon Hall