Earlier today Milestone announced plans to bring its motorcycle racer, RIDE 4, to next-gen. Fans will have to wait a bit longer for those versions, however.
Both next gen consoles’ specifications are incredibly inviting for a racing franchise like RIDE, where players expect to experience the excitement of riding a 200 HP bike in fast paced and adrenaline-filled races all over the world. Players will be now able to experience a smoother and shining gameplay, at 60FPS with a resolution up to 4K. That means they will enjoy their beloved bikes with the highest quality for shaders and textures, with a never seen before level of detail both for bikes and environments. Also, their riding experience will be extremely more precise, satisfying and natural. Thanks to the extra power of next gen consoles, all races both online and offline will be now even more compelling, with 20 riders competing for the victory!
On PS5 RIDE 4 fans will experience the power of the PS5 DualSense advanced haptic feedback, to let players feel their vehicles’ vibrations just like when they ride it on the streets. Gas and brakes’ levers will have their own resistance to transmit the same feeling of their real-life counterparts. Thanks to the new SSD, loading times will be significantly reduced. That means shorter waiting time before any race, but also a better gameplay experience during races. That is because it will enable a much faster streaming of textures, allowing us to better immerse players into our environments while they speed at 300 km/h.
As previously revealed, RIDE 4 will be released onto PlayStation 4 and Xbox One on the eighth of October. It will then race onto PlayStation 5 and Xbox Series X on the 21st of January, 2021. Those who purchase one of current-gen versions will be able to upgrade to its next-gen counterpart for free, with all purchased DLC being included in that offer.