The public beta version of Riders Republic has just been open to all PlayStation 4 and PlayStation 5 players who wish to try the round game in open world. Ubisoft has just completed the closed beta of the game, which only allowed the selected players to join, and extended it to an open beta. The open beta will last on August 28, giving fans enough time to enjoy its huge open cycling world, paragliding, snowboarding and other types of extreme sports, all for free.

Riders Republic will allow players not only to ride on their bikes, but also on their skis, snowboard and other types of extreme sports equipment in an imaginary extreme sports country that takes place in virtual versions of many monuments, such. Let Zion, Bryce Canyon, Mammoth Mountain, Yosemite Valley and Sequoia.

The open beta of Riders Republic will allow players to participate in a selection of events, both solo and multiplayer, as well as participate in mass races against 50 other players for new generation consoles. For Xbox One and PS4 players, however, the player’s ability for competitive play has been reduced to only 20+. More options for the game versus mode will be available in the final version of the game, which is scheduled for October 28.

The fans were quick to point out that Riders Republic looks a lot like Forza Horizon, but for extreme sports. The game presents the characteristic design of other playground games titles, the apparent festive atmosphere until the use of a rewind function whose players can enjoy when they are mistaken during a race. However, it should be noted that the rewind option is not available for everyone. That said, use them after a crash will most likely put the player behind others, which adds somehow a drama element at the gameplay.

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