Game skills training company Gamer Sensei launched Range Royale today in early access on Steam. The training program is available for $5.99, with 15% off through September 24th in celebration of the early access launch.
Combining FPS and Battle Royale coaching techniques with a full single player experience, Range Royale is a solo training game for competitive players looking to hone their skills.
This hybrid game/trainer is aimed at getting you into the final 10 of any Battle Royale, MOBA, or FPS match. Designed by esports professionals, Range Royale offers players the ability to improve their in-game shooting skills in a solo practice arena that includes a selection of common Battle Royale weapons and game modes.
Range Royale is focused on offering a highly tuned solo experience, so players can hone their skills against bots behaving like real-world players before unleashing their improved abilities in front of competitors. Jim Drewry, CEO of Gamer Sensei, had this to say:
We’ve already helped many thousands of gamers improve through our robust coaching platform at GamerSensei.com. Now we’ve added a unique training game with the release of Range Royale. We are thrilled to provide another way to help players win more in the games they love.
Range Royale can help players improve in PUBG, Fortnite, Call of Duty Black Ops, H1Z1, and Realm Royale. It’s also a great aim trainer for fast-paced FPS games including CS:GO, Overwatch or Paladins.
For more information on Range Royale’s early access release, visit https://rangeroyale.gg/.
This launch comes on the heels of Gamer Sensei’s recent partnership with Hi-Rez Studios to expand the site’s current suite of games available for coaching.
Gamer Sensei is a coaching platform for players who want to win more in their favorite games, featuring esports player coaches vetted through a rigorous application process.
Players are connected to a Sensei based on a variety of preferences and once a match is made, students receive personalized one-on-one lessons via custom coaching software.