Now due later on this year.
Riders Republic – Ubisofts “mass multiplayer outside extreme sports video game” for Xbox, PlayStation, and PC – will no longer release on 25th February as previously revealed, and has actually been postponed to some presently unspecified point later this year.
Riders Republic, exposed at the tail-end of last year, is something of a spiritual follower to Ubisofts under-appreciated winter sports effort Steep, albeit with that games focus on snowy pursuits expanded out to include a wide range of various activities – snowboarding, snowboarding, wing, and biking match action (both vanilla and jet-powered) – across varied terrain.
Solo and co-op play is supported as players take part in events across Riders Republics world – stitched together from 7 iconic United States nationwide parks: Bryce Canyon, Yosemite Valley, Sequoia Park, Zion, Canyonlands, Mammoth Mountain, and Grand Teton – however Ubisoft is quite pressing large-scale competition as a focus, consisting of races with upward of 50 players.
Riders Republic – Cinematic Premiere Trailer.Although Riders Republic was initially set up for a 25th February release on PC, PS4, and Xbox One (with Xbox Series X/S and PlayStation 5 optimisations assured), Ubisoft has now decided to shift its launch to a long time “later this year”. This additional time, the publisher discusses in a declaration posted to its site, “will allow our passionate team to provide the finest enjoyable sustained experience to our players”.
Theres no more sign of why a hold-up was considered necessary or when Ubisoft may be intending to get Riders Republic out into the wild, but more details will unquestionably get here in due course. “Thank you a lot for your support and understanding,” the publisher concludes. “Stay safe and prepare yourself to sign up with the madness of Riders Republic quickly!”.