Riders Republic’s Beta is currently underway and although there is an NDA for it, some players went ahead and shared gameplay videos from it. As such, you can find below a video that shows 15 minutes of gameplay footage from it.
The Riders Republic Beta gives players a first glimpse of 3 careers. These three modes are Bike Races, Snow Tricks and Air Sports (Rocketwing & wingsuit). Players can also compete in multiplayer modes, including:
- Mass Races: The crazier the better in these epic, multisport races with more than 50 players*. New races appear randomly on the map every hour, so players will need to get ready to watch their blind spots, protect their position and remain agile with their skills as they fight their way to the finish line.
- Tricks Battle: Compete in 6v6 matchups and try to land as many tricks as possible on the various modules to capture them and earn points. The team with the highest score wins.
- Free for All: Challenge new opponents and show them how it’s done through a select playlist of events.
- Versus Mode: Players can join up with friends in their career progression and see who’s the very best.
Now what’s really… strange here is that those participating in the beta can send invitations to two of their friends. What this means is that, contrary to most Closed Beta phases, this one may have a big amount of players. So it doesn’t really need to have an NDA as a lot of people will be able to play it.
Anyway, be sure to watch the video while it’s still up (as Ubisoft may take it down).
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