Bigben Interactive and Kylotonn Racing Games announced that TT Isle of Man is currently available for the Xbox One and PS4. You can get the game from digital distributors or participating retailers for $59.99. The PC version, however, has hit a slight snag and won’t be out until the end of the month on March 27th.
Originally a lot of PC gamers probably thought they could get their hands on the game alongside their console compatriots, but that didn’t happen.
On the upside at least it’s only a couple of weeks off as opposed to being six months to a year behind when it comes to a timed release – something that Nintendo Switch owners have been suffering through with a lot of their delayed ports.
Kylotonn and Bigben announced that all of the platforms will receive the sidecar DLC, which is currently in development and scheduled to launch this upcoming May.
TT Isle of Man is based on the real life touring trophy event, which is considered to be both equal parts exhilarating and dangerous.
Not everyone survives the island run, which consists 37.73 miles of road that covers 264 bends across the Snaefell Mountain. It’s a laser-scanned accurate recreation of the challenging road race that will see players attempting to master each turn and find the right proper ways to pass without being jettisoned from the bike’s seat.
Various riders have said that the game is so close to real life that you could use it for training in order to learn the turns and master the route until it becomes rote.
But there’s more than just the standard touring track included in the package. TT Isle of Man also includes nine fantasy tracks so you can practice your handling, and there are 23 different riders to choose from along with 40 official motorbikes.
An online mode and a career mode are also available. You can pick up a copy of the game right now for PS4 and Xbox One, while the PC version is due to drop on March 27th at the end of the month. The sidecar DLC will be available not-too-shortly thereafter in May. You can learn more about the game by hitting up the official Isle of Man website.
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