Ride 3 will feature more than 230 motorcycles and 500 customizable parts.
Developer Milestone revealed Ride 3 is coming November 8 to PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and Windows PC/Steam.
Ride 3 will feature more than 230 different motorcycles and 30 tracks, including 12 brand new tracks to the series. The sequel will include GPs and Supermoto tracks, as well as Country, City, Road, and Drag races. Be sure to check out the announcement trailer below.
Players can customize bikes mechanically with more than 500 customizable parts. A Livery Editor will give players the ability to design a livery with “limitless creativity” and share it with others online.
The Ride 3 career mode will be based on volumes, to create an experience which tells the story of a specific bike category, manufacturer, or track. Ride 3 also contains improved AI, physics, and collision systems.
Ride 3 is being developed in Unreal Engine 4 using drones to capture and recreate real life tracks, and it will include night modes — a first for the franchise.
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