Ridge Racer: Unbounded – New DLC Released

Namco Bandai has released a new DLC for the PC version of Ridge Racer: Unbounded. This new DLC is called ‘Ridge Racer Type 4 Machine and El Mariachi’ Pack and as the title suggests, it adds two new vehicles to Bugbear’s arcade racing game. This DLC is priced at 1.59 euros and you can purchase it from Steam.
Ridge Racer Unbounded adds a new edge to the famous and already intense franchise with explosive races and impressive destruction. In the single player mode, players must earn their place among The Unbounded gang by impressing their leader Kara Shindo with high-speed destructive races. Domination Race mode encourages players to destroy everything in sight including rival cars, the environment and other traffic. Survival Race mode gives the player one car and one chance to avoid destruction and finish in first place. Additional game modes include action focused on just taking out other cars, drifting and dueling.
In addition to the single player mode, racers can take their driving skills online against other players in several multiplayer modes. Ridge Racer Unbounded will provide players with unlimited fun by allowing them to dominate cities created by other players, using City Creator.
There is also a demo for you to try and you can also read our Performance Analysis for it. Ridge Racer: Unbounded had potential but unfortunately, it’s a console port and nothing more. Still, it’s fun so you might like it.

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