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Riders Republic Delayed Again - Until October 28th

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If you’ve been patiently waiting to get your extreme on in Riders Republic, you’ll have to wait a little bit longer for Ubisoft’s open world multiplayer sports playground. Originally planned to release on September 2nd, Ubisoft will delay the game until October 28th in order to ensure the best possible experience.

Ubisoft’s “massive multiplayer playground” Riders Republic is an extreme sports playground where players will be able to bike, ski, snowboard, and fly their way through a huge open world that encompasses parks from around the globe. The MMO will give players the ability to race with each other, explore together, and compete against more than 50 players at a time, while customizing their character and building their career. Riders Republic currently has Beta sign-ups ongoing, though no beta date has been established yet. Ubisoft made the decision to delay the title so that they could “fine tune” the game to provide a better experience overall:

If you’ve been waiting for Riders Republic and signed up for the beta, it seems as though you won’t have too long to wait to get more information:

Riders Republic made a stellar debut at E3 earlier this year, when they released 5 minutes of gameplay depicting a series of modes in a deep-dive trailer that’s sure to get extreme-sports fans salivating.

Riders Republic’s October delay is its second, as the game originally planned to release back in February of 2021. The first delay was announced in January. During E3, Ubisoft announced that the game would not only release in September, but the game would head into beta through an invite process that began back in June. Riders Republic will eventually release on PlayStation, Xbox, PC, Stadia and Amazon Luna. We look forward to seeing more of what Riders Republic has to offer when beta invites start rolling out soon.


StevenWeber

Steven Weber

Steven has been a writer at MMORPG.COM since 2017. A lover of many different genres, he finds he spends most of his game time in action RPGs, and talking about himself in 3rd person on his biography page.