Play this: ‘Real World Racing’ uses satellite maps to let you race on real streets

Play this: ‘Real World Racing’ uses satellite maps to let you race on real streets

Real World Racing , a top-down PC racing game built using real satellite images, is finally available in open beta . It’s not the full, finished version of the game, but the beta will still give you a decent taste of what’s to come with six cars and three maps — Rome, Berlin, and London — in single player, time trial, and multiplayer modes. Developers promise the full game will launch with 80 cars, at least 50 tracks, and a career mode, so there’s plenty to look forward to. You can use a controller or keyboard according to your preference, and the controls are fairly simple: accelerate, brake, steer, and switch gears. And yes, you can drift

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Play this: ‘Real World Racing’ uses satellite maps to let you race on real streets

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