Riot Racers Introduces Tournaments and 3D Racing Features
Riot Racers has announced the addition of tournaments and 3D racing features to its play-to-earn racing simulation game.
Play-to-earn racing game, Riot Racers, has stepped up the development of its racing simulation game by introducing new features that give gamers the ability to create their unique racing tournaments and also provide a 3D replay for every race. This is coming after it had already integrated paid races, a rental system, and breeding for cars and drivers in the past.
In addition to the recent introductions, it is expected that before the month runs out, a staking program for RIOT tokens, an achievement system, card upgrades, and billboards will also be introduced by the team in charge of the development of the game.
The Immersive 3D Racing Features
With the 3D racing feature, players can now watch the replay of every finished race in 3D animation. This feature is currently in its first version, which may turn out to be boring as the graphics have nothing much to display aside from the racing cars shifting positions as they accelerate down a straight track.
Future updates to this feature will come with visual track conditions and weather effects, varying camera angles, music, and sound crashes during the race, etc. Also, gamers will own billboards that can be rented out for advertisements.
The new Tournament feature allows players to organize their own Riot Racers tournaments. The tournament host will decide the prize pool, the number of heats, the number of racers, and the track details for each heat.
How Riot Racers Works
Gamers on Riot Racers can earn by playing the game or owning parts of the game ecosystem. Gamers also own racing vehicles which they can upgrade using RIOT tokens. These RIOT tokens are earned by competing in races.
Before joining a race, players select a driver, car, and strategy based on the type of race. The Races are based on gaming templates chosen by the players.