Racing Game RIDE 3 Confirmed For PC And Consoles; To Be Powered By UE4
The popular RIDE series is soon going to get a third entry predictably named RIDE 3 soon, Milestone confirmed.
RIDE 3 will mark an important point in the series' evolution. Powered by the Unreal Engine 4, the game will feature a completely revised experience while maintaining the identity of the series. The game will also feature new tracks like GPs and Supermoto tracks, Country and City circuits, Road Races and Drag Races. Customization will also be possible thanks to the Livery Editor.
- More than 230 bikes at DayOne divided into 7 categories, including a new one;
- 12 brand new tracks, for a total amount of 30 tracks;
- Diverse customization possibilities, which will enable players to customize their bikes both from a mechanical and aesthetic point of view.
- Mechanical customization options will include more than 500 customizable bike parts: players will be able to create their perfect ride deciding whether to pimp their engine or intervene on brakes and suspensions, as well as modify the transmissions or adjust the wheels as they prefer. Aesthetic customization will include an innovative Livery Editor for limitless creativity, to design the livery of your dreams and share it online;
- Extreme realism reached thanks to the introduction of Unreal Engine 4, used for the first time in a RIDE title, which ensures a great visual rendering as well as detailed particle and lighting effects and a photorealistic level of the environments. Moreover, with the new graphic engine Milestone’s team has been able to include night modes for the first time in a ride title. Last but not least, the Drone Scanning System has been used to reproduce all tracks down to the smallest detail;
- A completely revised career mode based on volumes, a unique experience that tells the story of a specific bike category, manufacturers or iconic tracks;
- Improved AI, a new physics simulation and a revised collision system.
RIDE 3 launches on PC, PlayStation 4 and Xbox One on November 8th. The previous installment, RIDE 2, was pretty good according to Chris.
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