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Game Information

Available on:PCSep 13, 2018

Publisher: Lupus Studios

Genres: Simulation, Racing

Liftoff is the gateway to the quadcopter racing scene, a platform both for pilots with real-life experience and for gamers who are still unfamiliar with the new sport. Veterans can explore new environments or race one another, while newcomers can hone their flying skills before taking to the field. DRONE LOVE FOR EVERYONE We want to open up the FPV racing experience to everyone. Liftoff is a game for everyone, from FPV racing veterans to gamers who want take their first digital steps in the drone racing scene. SIMULITIOUS! Liftoff features realistic drone physics, recommended by top drone pilots in the world. Flying a drone in the game feels so real, you’ll forget it isn’t. CUSTOMIZATION The drone community is a full of creative minds and technological tinkerers. Accordingly, Liftoff has tools to customize your drones and to create custom race tracks. EXPANDING PLATFORM We’ll continuously develop the game and keep adding more content and features as long as the community supports them. We are always interested to hear your ideas! HARDWARE SUPPORT Liftoff supports the use of FPV goggles and a wide range of remotes to further blur the line between the game experience and the real world.

Trailers

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Liftoff - Official Trailer

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Liftoff Promo 2018

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Liftoff Official Summer 2016 Trailer

Screenshots

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Reviews

Liftoff's extremely technical design may scare off beginners, but practice truly makes perfect, and this sim prides itself on appealing to individual pilots.

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Liftoff: Android is making gains on iOS in gaming

Liftoff: Android is making gains on iOS in gaming

Games played on Apple devices saw a steep decline in engagement compared to Android during the year ended May 31, according to Liftoff and AppsFlyer.

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