Rennsport has announced that it's getting Road Atlanta in the game very soon! Road America is one of the best road courses in the United States and many professional racing series visit the track.
So, when will Road Atlanta make its way to Rennsport? And what makes the track so special? We've got everything you need to know right here!
Rennsport Road Atlanta
Road Atlanta is one of the best racing circuits in the USA. Located in Georgia, Road Atlanta hosts rounds of IMSA, the NASCAR Infinity Series and the Trans-Am Series.
The track is relatively flat, but is also high speed through the Georgian forests. The small amounts of run-off ensure that mistakes are punished, no matter how small. It could well be the most challenging in Rennsport yet.
Rennsport's confirmed tracks include the Goodwood Hillclimb, Hockenheim and Circuit de Spa-Francorchamps. They will be joined by Road Atlanta within a few weeks.
You'll be able to race a lot of different cars around Road Atlanta, with Porsche, BMW and Mercedes vehicles all in Rennsport at the time of writing.
How to play Rennsport
Rennsport is currently in its Beta stage still, as its full release date is only listed as "coming soon". When Rennsport is available, you will be able to purchase it via the Epic Games Store.
So, we don't know when Rennsport will be launched, but the Beta version of the game is live now. To be able to play Rennsport, you'll need a Beta key and to get a Beta key, you need to register for this on Rennsport's website.
Beta keys are "released" to the public in batches on specific dates determined by the game's developers. The next time this will happen is on 24th November, where 15,000 new keys are being released.
Rennsport haven't said when the next drop will be, but it'll likely be sometime in the new year.
Rennsport Road Atlanta Trailer
While the trailer states that the new circuit is "coming soon", Rennsport have confirmed via their official Twitter account that Road Atlanta is coming to Rennsport's Beta on 24 November.
Rennsport released a trailer on its official YouTube channel showing off racing action around Road Atlanta's bends. You can check it out below:
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