How to Enable Competitive Multiplayer Mode in Disney Speedstorm?
For this race, that means finishing in the top three or not drifting for more than a full second. Either option will allow players to go to the next node, ultimately granting access to Competitive Multiplayer.
Disney Speedstorm includes Rival Multiplayer Modes
Once players have acquired Competitive Multiplayer, they can take part in both Ranked and Regulated Multiplayer in Disney Speedstorm. In a mode called “Ranked Multiplayer,” participants compete against one another in online races to see who can rise to a higher position.
When players win races, they receive Score Points, which may be converted into higher ranks and MP Coins. All racers in a regulated multiplayer game are given the same starting level and star rarity, making the competition more skill-based.
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When a racer does well, rather than moving up in ranks, they gain RMPs (Regulated Multiplayer Points). With enough of these, you can purchase new clothes and MP Coins. Getting access to and playing in Competitive Multiplayer modes is as simple as that.
Unlocking this mode early will allow players to compete against others. Before going into the Ranked Multiplayer matches, it’s a good idea to get some practice in with the Regulated Multiplayer.
The early access period for Disney Speedstorm has begun on PC, PS4, PS5, Switch, Xbox One, and Xbox One X.