After a brief delay, two-wheel racing title Ride 3 has finally launched on PC, Xbox One and PS4 today.
Developer Milestone calls its latest effort "the ultimate motorbike encyclopedia" and for good reason. The title boasts a collection of more than 230 bikes spread across seven categories, including Maxi Enduro, Supermoto and Race Superbikes. Their number is also set to grow as future DLC, both paid and free, will add even more bikes, for a total of 300.
Ride 3 comes with 30 tracks, 12 of which are brand new. Aerial photogrammetry and drone-scanning were used in building the tracks so as to recreat them as faithfully as possible. A first for the series, players will now be able to also race at night.
The title's career mode has been reworked. It now includes free XP progression that lets players target the bike category they're most fond of. As for customization, players can look forward to "500+ mechanical customizations" alongside a Livery Editor that lets them use aftermarket stickers or "draw any image on the bike". These creations can then be shared with others online.
Ride 3 is available both physically and digitally. While the Standard Edition includes just the base game, the Special and Gold Editions come with the Season Pass and a handful of other goodies.