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New RaceNet Beta Available with Support For F1 22, DIRT 5 and More

EA and Codemasters have announced their new RaceNet beta is available allowing players to connect, compare and improve their racing experience. It seems it’s been available for a while and it’s continuously being updated. What’s really slick is that it records your data allowing you to analyze your performance visually with detailed race telemetry. You can also add friends to your hub and compare it all and find ways to improve your lap times.

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This would be outstanding if it were a mobile app, but that isn’t scheduled to arrive until 2023. For now you’ll need to view your progress on the RaceNet site. The new RaceNet beta currently has support for F1 22, F1 2021, GRID Legends, DIRT 5, DiRT Rally 2.0 and DiRT Rally. To get it working, all you need to do is link your EA account. For those of you that were previously using the closed beta, you will need to register for an EA account.

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