Splitgate features its own single-player fast-paced racing mode known as the "Pantheon Race."
Have you ever wanted to test your mettle against others in a grueling duel of speed, agility, and the ability to exploit physics in a sci-fi game world? The developers at 1047 Games have you covered. Their multiplayer sci-fi shooter, Splitgate, combines the need for speed with the STEM know-how needed to take forward momentum to the next level.
Here's what you need to know about the Pantheon Race.
Pantheon Race in Splitgate Explained
Simply put: the Pantheon Race is a single-player racing mode where players can run the gauntlet, as it were, and compete alone for the best time. The player with the shortest time taken to finish the course takes the crown.
Typically, this mode will appear as part of the daily or weekly challenges players will notice when logging on. It can be found in the Training menu under the Races tab all the way to the left.
In this mode, there are no weapons, no opponents, and no (apparent) dangers. Players will only have their wits, reflexes, and their ability to quite literally think with portals. Who knew Valve's trademark sci-fi franchise could double as training for an FPS game?
The actual challenge is simple. Race around the map as quick as you can while picking up whichever object the game asks you to collect. Those with the best runs will have their name and times displayed on the leaderboard. Particularly fleetfooted players may even set a world record and have their time displayed under the racing UI for all to see.