When Riders Republic was first revealed by Ubisoft final yr, it got here with a launch date of February 25. That is now not the case. Riders Republic has been delayed and gained’t be releasing subsequent month. The excellent news is it’s nonetheless set to launch someday this yr.
The announcement was made on Twitter however didn’t actually give a cause for the delay apart from hinting on the group needing extra time to good the sport. However, the additional improvement time is bound to assist the sport keep away from a scenario like that confronted by Cyberpunk 2077, the place so many individuals requested refunds for the buggy title that Sony pulled it from the PlayStation Store.
— Riders Republic (@RidersRepublic) January 14, 2021
Riders Republic is an enormous multiplayer title that gives a huge extreme sports playground made up of a number of notable places all smushed collectively, similar to American National Parks, Bryce Canyon, Yosemite Valley, Sequoia Park, Zion, Canyonlands, Mammoth Mountain and Grand Teton. Players can check out plenty of totally different sports activities, like mountain biking, snowboarding, snowboarding and wing suiting, both in solo mode or with as much as 50 different gamers. Progressing via every sport will unlock loads of gear for gamers to customise their character and tools as they see match.
We’re solely two weeks into the brand new yr and that is removed from the primary delay we’ve heard about. Just yesterday, Hogwarts Legacy was delayed into 2022 so the group might give the sport the time it wanted. The aforementioned Cyberpunk 2077‘s PS5 and Xbox Series X/S versions have also been pushed to later this year. People Can Fly’s Outriders received a comparatively short delay of just two months, putting itself in an April launch window. In a transfer that didn’t shock anybody, ANNO: Mutationem moved from the 2020 release window it missed to Q3 2021. Finally, a presentation on the Consumer Electronics Show 2021 urged a delay for Pragmata into 2023.
[Source: Riders Republic on Twitter]