Riders Republic New Multiplayer Extreme Sports Game Announced, Release Date Confirmed
As part of Ubisoft Forward, a new multiplayer extreme sports game called Riders Republic was announced for consoles, PC, and Google Stadia. The first trailers and numerous details already give us an impression of the new game.
The players get a huge and lively game world, which is supposed to represent the thrill of outdoor sports. Numerous sports on bikes, skis, snowboards, wingsuit, and rocket wingsuits are available in which you can compete against each other. Furthermore, a social hub will invite you to explore, where you will be surrounded by other players.
Plus, players can expect some of the greatest travel destinations in the world, with Bryce Canyon, Yosemite Valley, Sequoia Park, Zion, Canyonlands, Mammoth Mountain, and Grand Teton all detailed and interconnected. Various multiplayer modes are also offered:
- Competitive races and trick challenges: Playable both in PvP and solo, players can experience the frenzy during these races and challenges.
- Mass starts: Everything is allowed in these hectic races with more than 50+ players. Players must watch out for their competitors and protect their position as they collide and grind to fight their way to the finish line.
- Multiplayer arenas: Players can compete in 6v6 PvP competitions.
- Online Cups: Here the very best players can compete against each other to show and prove what they can do and ultimately to make it to the top of the ranking.
In the career mode, you can prove yourself in various sports so that you can climb to the top of the rankings. In addition, you can secure legendary sponsors and customize your own character with progression-based equipment and define every aspect of the character yourself.
On the next-gen consoles, Riders Republic will run at 60 fps, with more than 50 players being shown simultaneously. Intuitive character and camera controls and an innovative trick system will keep both casual and hardcore gamers happy.
Riders Republic will be released on February 25, 2021, for PlayStation 5, PlayStation 4, Xbox Series X, Xbox Series S, Xbox One, PC (via Epic Games Store & Ubisoft Store), and Google Stadia. Those who buy the game for the current-gen consoles will also receive a free upgrade for the next-gen platforms.
Check the official trailer of the game below.