Milestone released a new trailer for RIDE 3 covering the game’s livery editor and customization features. The company is so confident in the toolkit for gamers that they’re saying it offers them “endless” customization features.
There are more than 500 different mechanical parts that players can utilize across the seven different motorcycle classes, and there are also aesthetic materials that can be applied to the bikes as well.
The livery editor will allow you to customize the visual appearance of the bike to match all the mechanical fine-tuning that you can put your ride through. Once you get done customizing your bike you can race it in the solo races or take it online and compete against other people with it online.
You can check out the trailer below to see what the features will be like in the upcoming racing game due out next month.
In addition to the customization trailer being rolled out, Milestone also detailed the game’s season pass content, the free DLC that will be available, along with the special editions.
The physical editions of RIDE 3 will come in two formats, including a standard format featuring the base game and a special edition that comes with the season pass and the Ducati Panigale V4 steelbook.
There are also two digital pre-order editions that are available, including the standard version that comes with the full game and a sport bike DLC pack. The gold edition comes with the season pass, the sport bikes pack, the BMW R 1200 GS Pack, multiplayer credits, and a dynamic theme for the PS4 version featuring the Ducati Panigale V4, along with three days of early access to the game.
The full season pass will net you access to 12 premium DLC releases featuring 120 additional events, 36 additional trophies or achievements to unlock, 60 extra bikes, and exclusive Mr. Martini Supercustom editions of various bikes. According to the press release, the season pass content will offer up to 12 additional hours of gameplay.
In addition to the 12 premium DLC packs, Milestone will also release 12 free DLC packs featuring 12 additional bikes and 60 extra events, totaling six hours of gameplay.
I have to say that RIDE 3 seems like a really awesome game and is easily one of my most anticipated games of the year. It looks like it could be a really fun motorcycle racing game, assuming the physics hold up as well as the content depth.