The Riders Republic open-world action sports game from Ubisoft is set to release on October 28, 2021. As we know it from several games now, Riders Republic will be available in three different versions. With the Gold Edition, for example, players receive the Year 1 Pass and some in-game rewards, which should guarantee faster entry. In any case, pre-orders will receive a bunny costume and a rainbow bunny color for figure skating.
With so many options, you may first want to see if you like the game at all. So the beta phase is on hand, which should start on August 23 for PlayStation, Xbox and PC via Ubisoft Connect and the Epic Games Store. The beta will be available until August 25th and pre-download will be available from August 21st. You can also send a trial invitation to two of your friends.
During the trial version, players can enjoy bike racing, acrobatics on skateboards, skates, and air sports using wings and rocket suits. Four different modes will also be available. In mass start races, players can compete with more than 50 other players (more than 20 other players on the current generation of consoles). New races must appear randomly on the map every hour. Two teams of six players compete in trick battles. Whoever performs the most tricks in the allotted places wins. In addition, there should be a corresponding and free mode for everyone.
For the trial version you sign up for The game’s official website. If you’re not lucky with access to the beta, you can read the small preview of the title instead. Of course, you can also do this if you manage to obtain one of the desired beta keys or if you are not interested in the address at all. After all, reading is a beautiful thing.
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