Riders Republic is the new sports action game from Ubisoft Annecy and features a wealth of extreme sports all mixed up in one package.
It's fair to say it looks action-packed, fast-paced and a whole lot of fun, but it's also been delayed twice in 2020 alone.
Let's check out everything we know about the title so far.
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Latest News -
Check Out Our Preview - August 27
We've played Rider's Republic. Find out what we thought here.
Beta Begins! - August 23
Good news, folks - you can try Riders Republic for yourself starting today.
Next-Gen Features - July 30
According to a new interview, Riders Republic's 3D map is actually part of the game itself, and PS5 and Series X/S owners can play events with more players.
Find out more here.
Riders Republic Delayed - July 16
Ubisoft has announced that Extraction has been delayed until January 2022, and Riders Republic will shift to October.
What Is Riders Republic?
Riders Republic is a sports action multiplayer game developed by Ubisoft Annecy.
The title is based in the North American national parks and has a diverse set of terrain for players to traverse in various ways, with real-life locations like Yosemite and Mammoth Mountain.
Players can take part in a multitude of extreme sports with other players online, including biking, skiing, paragliding, and wingsuits.
Here's Ubisoft's synopsis:
Squad up with your friends and take on downhill races, dominate maps in team vs team competitions, or challenge yourself in PvP modes and Events. If you're up for some insane action, throw yourself into mass races and be the first to cross the finish line (or the last one standing...). Brace yourself for some sick action!
Which Sports Are Included In Riders Republic?
Here are the ones we've seen so far:
- Bike Freestyle
- Bike Racing
- Ski Freestyle
- Ski Racing
- Rocket Wingsuit
Despite being delayed to September, the game will now arrive on October 28.
Check out the game's cinematic trailer below:
Riders Republic will be available on PS4, PS5, Xbox One, PC and Xbox Series X and S.