Ride 4 Races To Xbox Series X And PS5 In 2021
20 racers will speed toward the finish in the next-gen versions of the motorcycle game.
Sony has confirmed a Gran Turismo game is coming to PS5, as has Microsoft with the Forza series on Xbox Series X, but if you're looking to race with a few fewer wheels, then Milestone has you covered. Ride 4 is coming early next year for Xbox Series X and PS5 alongside its current-gen and PC versions, and it will take full advantage of the new consoles.
Releasing on January 21, 2021 for Xbox Series X and PS5, Ride 4 supports free upgrades on both platforms. PS4 owners have until April 30 to download the PS5 version of the game, while Xbox One players can get the free Xbox Series X upgrade for an unlimited amount of time. Both will feature 60 frames-per-second gameplay and up to 4K resolution, but it looks like the PS5 version may have the more unique features. It will use the DualSense controller to give off vibrations based on street conditions, and you'll get resistance in the triggers for the gas and brakes on your bike.
Both next-gen consoles feature 20 riders competing in each race, and Ride 4 will feature Yamaha Motor and Bridgestone gear.
Pre-orders for the Xbox One, PS4, and PC versions of Ride 4 are available now, and you'll get extra bikes, events, and achievements. On Steam, you'll also get a 10% discount if you pre-order the game. Any DLC you purchase in the current-gen versions will be applied to the next-gen versions, should you choose to purchase them.
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