Riders Republic is finally here, and here's where you can get your hands on it.
The good news is that, much like with the recently released Guardians of the Galaxy game, there are a ton of editions to be had, each with its own special bonuses.
So if you're deciding which one to go for and where to get it, we're here to give you a hand!
Riders Republic Editions
There are three main editions: the Standard Edition, Gold Edition, and Ultimate Edition, and there are also some variations on the above with certain retailers.
The game is available to play on Xbox One/ Series S/X, PS4/ PS5, PC (via Epic Games Store/ Ubisoft Store) and Stadia.
You can also purchase the game digitally if you wish, via the appropriate online store for your console, be it the Microsoft Store or PlayStation Store.
Riders Republic Standard Edition
The Standard Edition is just the game option, however, it does come with a 'Bunny Pack', to give your rider some added style.
It comes in at around $59.99 / £57.99.
The Amazon Limited Edition comes with the Rainbow digital pack, in addition to the above.
Riders Republic Standard Edition is also available at Best Buy, Currys PC World, and other major retailers.
Riders Republic Gold Edition
The Gold Edition gets you the game and a 1 year pass. The 1 year pass includes eight exotic kits which unlock throughout the year, plus seven days of early access to the BMX Sport, so you can up your game ahead of the pack.
The Gold Edition is around $99.99 / £84.99.
Riders Republic Gold Edition is also available at Best Buy and other major retailers and via digital download.
Riders Republic Ultimate Edition
According to the product page on Ubisoft, the Ultimate Edition includes all the above, plus four exclusive style packs.
The Ultimate Edition looks to be coming in at around the $119.99 / £99.99 mark.
Riders Republic Ultimate Edition is available at Best Buy and other major retailers or via digital download.
Should I Buy Riders Republic?
From what we've seen the game looks like a ton of fun and presents a load of variety in its massive open world.
The game boasts team vs team competitions, PvP modes and Events for you to get stuck into and everything from wingsuits to snowboards to use to traverse what we think is one stunningly rendered map.
We think this game is probably best experienced on the big screen and with something that can keep up with the fast-paced visuals.
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