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Live out the rider's fantasy as you roam free in a huge, vibrant open world, always buzzing with other players around you. Immerse yourself in iconic American national parks including Bryce Canyon, Yosemite Valley, Mammoth Mountain... all mashed up for you to shred! Squad up with your friends and compete in a wide range of multiplayer modes: feel the rush of downhill races, dominate maps in team vs team competitions, or give it your best shot in epic mass PvP races with more than 50 other players.                                                                                             

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From snowy mountains to arid canyons, ride through some of the most magnificent destinations on earth: the American National Parks. Bryce Canyon, Yosemite Valley, Sequoia Park, Zion, Canyonlands, Mammoth Mountain and Grand Teton have all been faithfully transposed and mashed up together to create the most unique and lively playground. Gather in a vibrant social hub and meet a wild community of fellow riders.




Enjoy a full-fledge multiplayer experience with a wide variety of modes:                             

Competitive races and trick challenges: playable in PvP / Co-op / Solo
Mass Starts: frantic 50+ player races where nothing is off limits(1)
Community Jams: Wild 50+ player events which randomly pop up on the map(1)
Multiplayer arenas: 6x6 team PvP matchups

Online Cups: for the very best only, make your way up the leaderboard




Create and shape your own rider through evolutive, progression-based gear and define every aspect of your avatar. Whether you want to be the best snowboarder alive or the fastest thing on two wheels, everything is possible. Make a name for yourself in a variety of sports, rise to the top of the leaderboard in career mode and sign with legendary sponsors from a wide range of outdoor action sports.




Riders Republic will run at 60 FPS on next gen consoles and display more than 50 players simultaneously live on screen. With the game’s very intuitive character and camera control combined with an innovative trick system, all players, casual and hardcore, will have the chance to experience untapped joy from the very beginning.


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oh man, this is going to bomb hard isn’t it! This came out today, surprise!


No many reviews yet, I guess since multiplayer is too important for it. I played some of the free trial leading up to release and did the tutorial and a couple mass races. The mass races are FUN. Like mouth hanging open smiling like a total goober fun. 


I’m still not sure how I feel about the control, I feel like steep was a little tighter? Graphically it’s very okay, looks like a slightly better looking steep with too much CA, would have hoped for better if it wasn’t cross gen. 

The tutorial is like hours long before you get a little freedom it’s really way too much and a bad start. I hope it doesn’t take forever to unlock all the sports. But yeah, mass races, those have huge potential.

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This was pretty high on my list of games I was looking forward to. I played the beta and the large multiplayer games are pretty fun, but the open world traversal was janky and kinda boring, and the character progression type thing was... weird.


I didn't even realize this released this week. After the media blitz that was Far Cry 6, they just kinda shat it out without telling anyone.

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Im an avid mountain biker and was really looking forward to playing this. I know there are other mtb games, but theyve all missed the mark on what Mountain Biking is (with the exception of lonely mountain, that game is fun). 

mountain biking isnt about racing on smooth wide-open tracks. The courses should be rocky and tight and they shouldve focused on suspension physics since almost all Mtbers obsess over it. I know this is meant to be arcadey but it was boringly implemented. I guess the best way for me to describe it is it felt like a generic rally racing car game, but on a bike. 

no one cares about jet packs. 

the skiing, snowboarding feels OK, but theres a lot to be desired in the controls. Snow sports have been done before and better. 

i played for about an hour or so and turned it off during the trial week. Ill grab it when its $25 bux. 

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16 minutes ago, DarkStar189 said:

I played the trial for about an hour and a half. It was way too much tutorial fluff that I lost interest. Kind of wished I could fast forward the game about 3 hours in to see what it was really all about. After a while I thought the game looked more exciting than it actually played. 


The opening tutorial is BRUTAL and having that as the trial was probably a horrible idea because you barely can get into the game in the 4 hours they offered. The game essentially gets fun once the length of that trial ended, no idea what they were thinking. 


They are going to probably work on that opening and run a trial again lol.

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