Zwift now permits customers to cover the show so you may get misplaced within the recreation
Zwift introduced a new feature that allows drivers to hide their strength and distance gauges and immerse themselves in the game.
The online training and racing platform released an update on Friday (April 23) that allows Zwifters to hide their "heads-up display" so they can enjoy the virtual world without distractions.
Zwift says the additions will give riders a chance to get lost in the game and enjoy the landscapes of Watopia.
Zwift announced the "Hide Display" feature, saying: "Today we launched Hide Display, which allows users to choose Zwift without the distraction. Zwifters have the opportunity to discover more and lose yourself in the game's fascinating landscapes.
“This feature is available when you are free driving and running or participating in a group event or even a race. The "HUD" remains a necessary function when you are in training mode or in group training. Anyone taking part in a FutureWorks Hud-less race cannot turn on their display.
"Some of the HUD items in the screen zones that are hidden / hidden when you toggle the display include: Trapeze, PowerUp Ring, Telemetry Control Panel, Leaderboards, Map, List of Drivers Nearby, and Chat."
To hide your display, Zwifters just need to press the H key on their keyboard when using a computer or tablet. Just tap the Hide Display button in the options menu at the bottom of the screen.
This week, Zwift Racing took another step towards becoming an official Olympic discipline when the International Olympic Committee announced a new virtual series of competitions ahead of the Tokyo Games.
The new competition, organized by the International Olympic Committee (IOC), which organizes the real-world games, includes five esports, including Zwift racing and virtual motorsport, ahead of the Tokyo Olympics in July.
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This new series of virtual events is part of the IOC's plans to enter the world of esports, with the potential for virtual competitions to be incorporated into the 2024 Olympics in some form.