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Splitgate Pantheon race - how to complete races

Splitgate’s race mode regularly appears as one of the weekly challenges

Collecting a disco ball in a Splitgate race

If you’re wondering how to complete the Splitgate Pantheon race, you’re not alone. The multiplayer game has really picked up in popularity recently. It turns out combining the movement tricks and lateral thinking of Portal with the fast-paced chaos of arena shooters like Quake and Unreal Tournament makes for a hit.

The game is so popular that the developers had to push back the 1.0 release so they could increase server capacity; thankfully, getting into Splitgate is now much faster than it used to be. Once you’re in, you’ll see daily challenges that reset every 24 hours; there are also Splitgate weekly challenges that unlock when you reach level ten – and these often involve completing races.

Splitgate races are single-player challenges that task you with collecting a series of shiny disco balls as quickly as possible. The disco balls always appear in the same order, so you can really optimise your runs by memorising their locations and planning routes that make the most of the portals at your disposal. Here’s how to access races in Splitgate.

How to complete the Splitgate Pantheon race

There are several Splitgate races available to play, each of them based on a different Splitgate map. So, you may have been tasked with completing the Pantheon race this week, but next week it may be the Helix race, or Atlantis race. Regardless of the race you need to complete, here’s how to access races in Splitgate:

  • Navigate to the ‘Training’ tab at the top of your screen
  • Select ‘Race’ on the left
  • Above the words ‘Race Training’ on the bottom left, there are two arrows that you can use to navigate between race maps
  • Scroll until you find ‘Pantheon’, and then click ‘Start Race’ in the bottom right
  • Complete the time trial by collecting all the disco balls as quickly as possible

That’s all you need to complete the Splitgate Pantheon race – best of luck with the rest of your challenges. For help slaying your foes in battle, check our Splitgate tips.