As you can see, this is chaotic multiplayer mayhem where players can choose from bikes, skis, snowboards and wingsuits, then enter races, trick competitions and other events. Equipment (such as the bike itself) will obviously have its own stats, so you may need to work your way up to the best ones during Career Mode, or perfect for whatever type of event you’re entering. Ways. Player cosmetics will also be available – we see some wacky Fortnite-esque costumes in the trailers – but they won’t have any impact on the gameplay, so you can see as many as you want. The game’s open maps are based on all seven real American national parks: Bryce Canyon, Canyonland, Grand Teton, Mammoth Mountain, Sequoia Park, Yosemite and Zion. The small print on the official site reads, “The world is constructed from an actual elevation map of US territories on a scale of 1: 1, but is not an accurate reproduction of every American national park.” “We took some creative freedoms to maximize gameplay opportunities and slightly modified these mountains to make the game’s activities more exhilarating.” Here’s an extended look at some gameplay, which shows some of those lush green areas while some friends interact too much.
The multiplayer aspect of the game is really interesting – it looks like multiplayer free roam in other extreme sports games and a terrible twist on the brand of Fall Friends of pure chaos. Ubisoft has revealed that you will be able to connect with up to 20+ players at once on Xbox One, but for more than X50 mayhem on Xbox One. As well as those massive, anything goes, there are more streamlined options for those who want something more structured, including individual trick contests and team-based multiplayer modes (one of which is from Tony Hawk to Graffiti As seen suspiciously). There will even be online cups, which will serve as a place to play online as you store your goods to improve your global ranking.
Riders Republic is coming to Ferbuge 25, 2021 on Xbox Series X and Xbox One.