Ride 4 Gameplay Trailer and Special Edition

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Milestone today unveiled a new trailer of RIDE 4, latest chapter of its beloved franchise dedicated to all two-wheel lovers that will be released on October 8th, that gives a glimpse of the cutting-edge level of visual fidelity the game reached in both bike and tracks modelling.

The new trailer, created using exclusively the game engine, shows some incredible bike details that have been perfectly reproduced from their real-life counterparts. Even the cockpit is a perfect reproduction of the real thing, both in terms of design and dynamic elements. The data on the dashboard changes in real-time, speed, temperature, traction control…even the oil bottle vibrates according to the movements of the bike!

All bike models in RIDE 4 have been created from the ground up using the most advanced technologies and the original CAD and 3D scans of real models, to bring to life authentic and lifelike replicas of the most iconic motorcycles, even the rarest and most exclusive ones.

Together with the new trailer Milestone also revealed the RIDE 4 retail Special Edition for PlayStation 4 and Xbox One, that will feature a Steelbook dedicated to the iconic Yamaha R1 2020 and allows access to the Season Pass, that will include 65 new bikes, 2 new tracks and 150 new events!

Together with its a cutting-edge level of visual fidelity that brings to life authentic and lifelike replicas of the most iconic motorcycles, RIDE 4 features a unique gameplay experience, with a completely renewed Career mode. Players will face fast-paced challenges all over the world that culminate with ultimate Championships with the most powerful Sportbikes, including a brand-new Endurance mode, the hardest challenge that only the best virtual riders can face. This new game mode allowed Milestone to boost the level of realism and authenticity with dynamic lighting and weather conditions, and Pit Stops for tires and fuel management. When the competition gets tough, strategy becomes crucial to succeed!

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