Milestone’s motorcycle racing game Ride 3 was originally supposed to release on PC, PS4, and Xbox One on November 8, but that is no longer the case. A brand new trailer showcasing the game’s different bike categories has been released but also reveals that Milestone has made the decision to delay the game until November 30.
As for the reasoning for Ride 3’s delay, the developers want to polish the game up further. Specifically, Milestone said that it will “allow developers to put the final touches to the game, helping deliver an excellent game experience from day one.” Unpolished or broken games at launch receive tons of backlash, so I’m happy that Milestone is taking the time to polish Ride 3 before release so they can put out a game they are happy with.
When it comes to the new trailer, several bike groupings are highlighted. This includes Naked & Heritage, which are fast and stylish bikes, 2 Strokes, loud gas-powered bikes, Maxienduro, a new category for fast bikes in Ride 3, Supermotard, off-road bikes, Sport Bikes, and Vintage bikes, both of which are self-explanatory. You can check out a full list of bikes on the game’s official website.
You can check out the new trailer below. Ride 3 will now release for PC, PS4, and Xbox One on November 30.