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Riders Republic Release Date Set for September, Shows New Gameplay

Riders Republic just received a detailed gameplay trailer showing all the different ways you can experience extreme sports with friends. Shown during the Ubisoft Forward digital event at E3 2021, players can be seen doing death-defying stunt after death-defying stunt on bikes, in wingsuits, and so much more. Riders Republic and all of its bright colors and modes launch with a release date of Sept. 2, 2021 for PC, PlayStation 4, PlayStation 5, Xbox One, and Xbox Series X | S. Watch the game’s deep-dive trailer below.

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Riders Republic had its massive multiplayer ambitions revealed in 2020. Originally set to launch in February, Ubisoft revealed a delay earlier this year, but now Riders Republic has settled into its September release date.


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