Milestone has found success with their motorcycle racing game Ride, which released in 2015, and its sequel Ride 2, which hit store shelves in early 2017, so they announced the next entry in the series today. Ride 3 will feature several improvements as it is now being developed with Unreal Engine 4, and will launch on PC, PS4, and Xbox One on November 8.
In addition to some of the typical quality-of-life improvements when it comes to things like customization and realism, several new motorcycles and tracks have been added to Ride 3. Tracks are split between GP, Supermoto, Country, and City types, and players will also be able to partake in Road Races and Drag Races.
Ride 3 is also set to include a new Livery Editor, over 500 motorcycle customization parts, and better AI and physics. Career Mode has also been reworked, and is now separated in “volumes” that focus on a specific bike, manufacturer, or track category.
You can check out some screenshots and the announcement trailer for the game below. Ride 3 is currently poised to release on PC, PS4, and Xbox One on November 8. If you want to see DualShockers’ thoughts on the previous entry in the series, you can check out our review of Ride 2.