Ride 4 heads to next-gen with the PlayStation 5 and Xbox Series X firmly on the horizon in early 2021.
Though I’d always opt for four wheels over two, having a quick hoon and tearing it up on a hog is something that needs to be done, if down well. The latest Ride 4 will build on the series when it releases next year.
From Milestone, also behind the MotoGP series, players get to ride bikes over 200 HP at 60FPS up to a 4K resolution, both online and offline with over 20 riders competing.
As a sneak peek for future PS5 owners, Ride 4 will feature advanced haptic feedback, providing realistic resistance that has ‘the same feeling of their real-life counterparts’, with significantly reduced loading times through the new SSD.
Milestone is working closely with Yamaha and Bridgestone:
With Milestone and RIDE 4 we have taken great steps not only towards our fans and customers but towards the motorcycle lovers as a whole. For us as a company it is important to nurture the passion and open our family to all those whose hearts rev together with ours, using on-line experience as an entry door to “real” motorcycles or either to stretch the off-line experience to moments when you have to stay at home.Paolo Pavesio, Marketing and Motorsport Director, Yamaha Motor Europe
As a global leader in mobility solutions, Bridgestone has always embraced the spirit of the true riders, supporting them with its products and technology, whether they are travelling with their bike, enjoying a beautiful scenery or racing at 300 km/h on a track.Nico Thuy, Head of Motorcycle Business at Bridgestone EMIA
Check out the PlayStation trailer below:
Out on PS4, Xbox One and Windows PC/Steam on the 8th of October 2020.
Ride 4 will be available for the PlayStation 5 and Xbox Series X on the 21st of January 2021. Anyone who buys the PS4 version of the game will get the PS5 version at no extra cost up until the 30th of April 2021. Same for the Xbox One version too, init.