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Love drone racing and think it's getting a bit too cold for the outside world? Check out the new release of Liftoff: Micro Drones that's in Early Access. Developed by LuGus Studios, the same studio that created Liftoff: FPV Drone Racing and also Midnight Protocol.

"Explore the world of FPV like never before! In Liftoff: Micro Drones any indoor area becomes an exciting aerial playground. Explore, customize and compete in this simulator dedicated to the micro drones class.

The third installment in the Liftoff Drone Simulations series, Liftoff: Micro Drones is a love letter to the FPV community. Learning from previous projects, Liftoff: Micro Drones offers everything you love about Liftoff games and takes it to the next level: better graphics, lower system requirements, improved UI, and fewer loading screens."

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Here's what to expect from the initial release:

  • Realistic Micro Drone flight behaviour
  • Drone customisation
  • 3 environments, each with a day and night variation
  • 6 micro frames
  • Hover drones!
  • Freeflight, Race, Infinite Race, Dropout Race, Hover Race and Collect mode.
  • Exciting multiplayer sessions
  • Lofi soundtrack by Nightime Burnout

You can buy it on Steam for £11.39 / $14.99 / €14.99.

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Bogomips Dec 2, 2021
I haven't found (and not searched too much either) what are the 6 different frames.
slembcke Dec 2, 2021
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I just spent around $150 on tiny whoop stuff already since the indoor flying season is starting. This is a good way to save time/money on repairs. Why not!?

Quoting: BogomipsI haven't found (and not searched too much either) what are the 6 different frames.

Kinda can see it in the video at: https://youtu.be/98ESbj3Koss?t=59
Bogomips Dec 2, 2021
Quoting: slembckeI just spent around $150 on tiny whoop stuff already since the indoor flying season is starting. This is a good way to save time/money on repairs. Why not!?

Quoting: BogomipsI haven't found (and not searched too much either) what are the 6 different frames.

Kinda can see it in the video at: https://youtu.be/98ESbj3Koss?t=59

Indeed, thank you.
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