Racing driver, pilot and manager of the G-Drive Racing team Roman Rusinov presented the Rossa supercar (Russian sports cars).
The car is currently being tested on the road. The vehicle was designed as a racing car and built to meet the requirements of the GT2/GT3 class regulations. A road version with a top speed of 380 km/h is also expected. Virtual gamers can try out the car in the Assetto Corsa simulator by downloading the car from the official ROSSA Cars website.
In addition, the supercar will appear in the upcoming Russian simulator Go>Race from the GameSTUL studio! The title was created on the domestic game engine Unigine 2.17. The sounds for Go>Race are recorded from real cars. The engine’s tools support dynamic lighting with weather changes and object details. Early access starts in the first half of 2024 on PC. Racing teams, pilots and educational institutions receive invitations.
Let us remind you that in a few years the Russian Computer Sports Federation plans to hold tournaments only in domestic competitions. The current president of the FCC of Russia, Dmitry Smith, said this at the Eastern Economic Forum. Until then, the FCS of Russia organized tournaments for Dota 2, CS:GO, Starcraft 2, Tekken 7, FIFA and other games.
Source: Cybersport Metaratings
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