RIDE 4 will be released on October 8th, 2020 for PlayStation®4, Xbox One and Windows PC/STEAM and January 21st, 2021 for PlayStation®5 and Xbox Series X.
With Milestone and RIDE 4 we have taken great steps not only towards our fans and customers but towards the motorcycle lovers as a whole. For us as a company it is important to nurture the passion and open our family to all those whose hearts rev together with ours, using on-line experience as an entry door to “real” motorcycles or either to stretch the off-line experience to moments when you have to stay at home. At the end, it is simply a different expression of the same emotion, therefore it is no coincidence that Yamaha is among the pioneers of the eSports world, injecting our signature racing DNA. In this important year when we are celebrating 65th anniversary, we have chosen Milestone – a partner that shares our values and vision of innovation and adrenaline – in order to “bring the game to the next level” and proof that on one side we are proud of our heritage, but on the other we are looking forward to the next 65 years… at least! To be honest, I cannot wait to get a copy of RIDE 4 in my console
Milestone today announced that RIDE 4 will be available on PlayStation 5 and Xbox Series X on January 21, 2021. Players purchasing the PlayStation 4 version of the game will be able download the PS5 version at no extra cost until April 30th 2021, including all DLCs already purchased. While players purchasing the Xbox One version of the game, will be able to automatically download the Xbox Series X version of the game at no additional cost thanks to Xbox’s Smart Delivery feature. There is something a little extra for Ps5 owners as this title will utilize the haptic feedback feature of the dualsense controller. Players will be able feel their vehicles’ vibrations just like when they ride it on the streets. Gas and brakes’ levers will have their own resistance to transmit the same feeling of their real-life counterparts. Paolo Pavesio, Marketing and Motorsport Director, Yamaha Motor Europe commented the following: