|“||Big Multiplayer & Time Trial Improvements!|
Huge changes are here for Weekly Time Trials and Online Multiplayer. Check out RRTV for a full breakdown from the Game Team!
— What's new in Competition Update (v6.5)
Weekly Time Trial Tournament (WTTT)
WTTT is unlocked after completing Racing School Basics.
This weekly tournament used to consist of four TT events, each with a different roster of cars, with one event replaced in rotation each Monday ... visit the WTTT History page to see all the old events. As of Competition Update (v6.5) it was changed to feature only one event per week and runs from Tuesday 00:00 UTC. The rewards were changed, previously it was for groups A-C and for the rest (see the table further down this page), now all groups receive rewards (as detailed in the table below). Players can rent a car (usually the slowest) and any upgrades applied will be retained for if/when the car is added to the player’s garage. The change to one event per week seems to have had the desired effect as (overall) player participation has more than doubled!
|“||Set a valid time to rank on the Competition Leaderboad - win Gold when the Competition ends!||”|
WTTT Tracks and Cars for 15-Jan-2019 to 22-Jan-2019
Red Bull Ring
|CHEVROLET CAMARO SS (2017)||ASTON MARTIN VANQUISH||NISSAN SKYLINE GT-R (R34) R3 SPEC|
| See the WTTT page for Car usage (including Best Cars), Track usage and WTTT History.|
See the WTTT Leaderboard which includes a link to the current week's thread.
Ranks and Rewards for the Weekly Time Trial Tournament
To play a Race Team Challenge, the player must join or create a team. The team will consist of an acronym, a motto, and a description. Teams can contain up to 20 members.
Each challenge is available from the race teams menu, tournaments are only open for a limited period, normally one day, occasionally two, and can only be played while the Race Team Challenge is open. Race Teamsis unlocked following the complating of Racing School Basics.
The following is a list of the regular challenges with brief descriptions of them :
- Autocross Annihilation: Win Autocross events, each win earns 1 point towards the teams' score.
- Distance Challenge: Compete for the highest total Distance using in-game specified car and track.
- Elimination Domination: Win Elimination events, each win earns 1 point towards the teams' score.
- Laps Challenge: Complete laps to score for the team, each completed lap gains a point for the team, sometimes it is one track (eg Monza) or a group of tracks available. (eg American/European)
- Overtaking Challenge: Compete for the highest total Overtakes using in-game specified car and track.
- Top Speed: Compete for the highest combined team top speed.
- Unassisted stipulation: This can be added to any Team Challenge, Steering Assists and Braking Assist should be turned off to score points for the team, Traction Control is not classed as an assist by the game.
Once the challenge is complete, the team can collect their competition rewards, the higher the team finish, the more rewards are earned. Rewards differ from challenge to challenge and are shared equally between all team members.
- RR3 Wiki:Team Events List of Team Events, for the current release
- Thread:196361 Race Teams Challenges Thread, Upcoming Challenges
Online MultiplayerThis is the information in-game:
Online Multiplayer is unlocked following the complating of Racing School Basics.
Online Multiplayer Relaunch ( Competition Update (v6.5))
|“||Online Multiplayer is a weekly tournament that pits up to 8 competitors against one another in exciting real-time races.|
For the best Online Multiplayer experience, the use of a WiFi connection is recommended.
How Online Multiplayer Works
Every week, a new Online Multiplayer tournament begins with a different selection of cars, and every day, 3 tracks are selected and are cycled on a regular basis. You receive a rating based on how well you perform during the active tournament. Improve your rating over multiple races to increase your final Gold reward at the end of the tournament.
To start racing, navigate to the Online Multiplayer menu and tap on the menu card. When you first enter a new tournament, your rating will not yet be determined. You will need to participate in at least one Online Multiplayer race to receive a rating for a reward at the end of the tournament. Tap the menu card again to enter the tournament.
Once you have entered you will be presented with a selection of cars that are available for that race. At least one car will be available on loan if you don't already own it. From here you can also select INVITE to start a private race with up to 7 friends from your friends list. Note that friends must have notifications enabled for their game to receive an invite and after the race your ratings will not change.
Choose your car and select GO to enter the matchmaking screen. Here the server will attempt to match you with similar opponents. You can cancel at any time in the matchmaking screen and doing so will not affect your rating. Once you have been matched, you will be loaded into the race.
The race begins with all opponents being reverse sorted by rating on the grid. During the race, you cannot pause the game and it will continue to run in the background even with the pause menu open. Note if you decide to exit mid-race you will be recorded as a DNF (Did Not Finish) and your rating might drop as a result. The race ends after everyone has crossed the finish line. If the last player takes more than 60 seconds to complete the race after everyone else has crossed the finish line, they will be considered DNF and the race will end immediately.
After completing the race, you can review the race results, and Service or Upgrade your car. From the Upgrades screen you have the option to EXIT or to RACE again. Racing against new opponents based on your rating.
Rating and Rewards
At the end of each race, you will be rated on your performance versus your opponents. Beating players will increase your rating, while losing will decrease it. If you beat higher rated players, your own rating will increase greatly; conversely, if you lose to a lower rated player, you rating will greatly decrease. Note that you do not have to win the race for your rating to increase.
Upon completion of an Online Multiplayer event, you will be ranked on the global Online Multiplayer leaderboard, where you can compare your rating with players from all over the world. At the end of a tournament week, all participating players will receive a Gold reward based on their rating.
— Real Racing 3 v6.5.1 Game Manual
These are the rewards (v6.5):
Provided by EA Firemonkeys
Online Multiplayer Tournaments prior to Competition Update (v6.5)
|“||Online Multiplayer Tournaments are a chance to prove yourself on the world stage. Climb to the top of the Leaderboard and claim huge Gold and R$ rewards when the tournament ends.|
A new Online Multiplayer Tournament starts each week. At the end of the week, the top 10 players on the Leaderboard receive Gold prizes. Everyone who participated in the Tournament earns an R$ amount based on their Rating when the Tournament ends (number of points x 1,000).
Your position on the Leaderboard is based on your Rating. Rating is a reflection of skill. Generally speaking, winning increases your Rating and losing decreases it. When you start an Online Multiplayer race, you are matched against players with a similar Rating.
All Online Multiplayer race results get ranked the same way on the same Leaderboard, regardless of which league the race occurs in.
— FireMonkeys, the game developer
These are the prizes (pre v6.5):
Old (pre v6.5) WTTT Rewards