Riders Republic Release Date

Riders Republic has had its fair share of bumps in the road on its way to release, but October 28 is the currently scheduled release date for the extreme sports playground. And everything looks to be on track as Ubisoft has just announced that a Riders Republic beta will take place from August 23 to 25.

You can already sign up for the Riders Republic beta. So, get your hands, or feet, off the brakes and go get your ticket to the races. You will be able to preload the beta from August 21. Plus, you will also be able to send a beta invitation to two friends.

 

Riders Republic beta content

Beta players will be able to try out three career modes for the different extreme sports. You’ll be able to hop into Bikes Races, show your flair in Snow Tricks, and Soar like an eagle in Air Sports, which includes Rocketwing and Wingsuit madness. Both of those sports are insane.

Personally, I’m more excited about the multiplayer options available. And, there are plenty of these competitive modes for you to choose from. The first is called Mass Race, and its glorious chaos. There will be more than 50 players using their vehicle of choice to dodge, battle, and cruise to the checkered flag. These races appear every hour, so keep your eyes open for them.

Trick Battle is a 6v6 mode that requires you to do tricks on different modules to capture them and earn points for your team. The team with the most points at the end is the winner. Free For All will have you battle another opponent through a series of events. Finally, Versus Mode allows you to join your friends in their career progression.

The Riders Republic beta announcement mentions that all multiplayer and career modes will be playable with five other riders. I assume that means in a party, so you can team up with friends.

Riders Republic will be available for PC through Ubisoft Connect and The Epic Games Store. Pre-orders are already open and begin at $59.99 USD.

Logan Broadley
Logan is an enthusiastic player of games (sometimes too enthusiastic according to his wife at 2 AM), and a video game reviewer, esports writer and gaming news writer. Originally from South Africa, he started out as a writer in advertising agencies, but has since moved on to a much higher calling: video games.

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