|Game Title:||RIDE 4|
|Game Developer:||Milestone S.r.l.|
|Game Publisher:||Milestone S.r.l.|
|Initial Release Date:||8 Oct 2020|
|Genre:||Racing, Simulation, Sports|
Ride 4 is one of the best motorcycle racing games ever. Excellent visual and handling in terms of handling, Milestone did a great job providing a great experience on the track. The career is a bit weak in terms of design, but the game is still great to play.
This game is difficult but very rewarding. I have played some of all the Ride Series and MotoGP games and still struggle with this game from time to time. But when you feel the bike, when you understand the handling, when you remember the track, it’s one of the most rewarding racing games I’ve ever played.
- The endurance aspect of this game is very well done, it is as real as it gets, at least for a while. The atmosphere around the track is really decent, and watching the sunset/sunrise and seeing the track lights come alive is an experience. As a person who has had a good time driving Assetto Corsa, Project Cars 2, and Automobilista 2, I am accustomed to racing without using the REWIND feature which seems to be missing from the endurance race. In my opinion, this is for the good because it forces you to take risks.
- Carrier mode is different. There is much to do, but outside of endurance events, most career events (short races and time trials, and other types of events) lack fuel management. No big deal because you won’t have to manage fuel when doing time trials.
- The photo mode is amazing. In terms of functionality, this project is very similar to Cars 2 or AMS 2, but with much more intuitive UI and optimization.
- Time Trials, this time the time trials are far more forgiving than I have ever felt. In previous games, for example, RIDE 2, the track boundaries were very strict but it seems like they fixed it in RIDE 4.
- People seem to complain about the difficulty, especially in obtaining a license. In my opinion, if you have some experience in motorsports, it won’t take you long to figure out the racing line and how (from what angle) you are attacking the corner, which is without limit. Will translate into high-speed laptops. Track Limits As people who are new to racing tracks, you probably need to understand some of these concepts before the game is forgiven. Personally, I enjoy the challenge that we have here.
- Graphics: A lot of improvements, the models are very detailed and look much better than the Ride 3
- -Physics: Ride 3 is much better than IMO, yet not a sim, but much more realistic
- -Material: -Superbikes: Includes most bikes dating back to 2000, like many classics.
- -Other bikes: I don’t really care, not Mini’s, but the number of naked people is reduced.
- -Tracks: Good type, though I’d like to see all the MotoGP tracks included.
- -Gear Lots of suits, gloves, shoes, and helmets to choose from (and make levers)
- – The online lobby system has improved a lot, which is still far from perfect, but there is a big difference with Ride 3.
- -Bikes are no longer stuck behind stupid career development, just love it, if you have cash, you can buy a motorcycle.
- -AI is one of the worst I’ve seen in a long time, easily they are Valentino in terms of cornering speed, but they are not fast on the straight path. Not to mention they’re weird racing lines.
- -Most career races are just stupidly unrealistic setups.
- -Economy is broken (but only use chat engine to get cash)
- – Editing has had a huge impact, now I’m not just doing general upgrades.
- -Tyre degradation is just stupid, it’s not a SIM, so this feature doesn’t make sense
I’m really impressed with RIDE 4 after all we have dynamic weather, fuel consumption, and pit stops. Approve rain will only fall when the track is already wet or intolerable mode but still it is a step in the right direction. After playing for hours on MotoGP 20 and enjoying bike games, I was happy to pick up RIDE 4 and play it because I’ve been playing it for months. Nice game. Very difficult compared to other ride games. Even when the AI is very easy to set up and all the assistants are on, you still struggle to stay ahead. Yeah Al that sounds pretty crap to me, Looks like BT ain’t for me either.
System Requirements RIDE 4 Game
- OS: 64-bit Windows 7/8.1/10
- Processor: Intel Core i5-2500K / AMD FX-6350
- Memory: 8 GB RAM
- Graphics: GeForce GTX 960 / GeForce GTX 1050
- Hard Drive: 43 GB available space
- DirectX: Version 11
- Sound Card: DirectX compatible
How to Install RIDE 4 For PC?
- Extract the file using “Winrar”.
- Open the “RIDE 4- PC Free Now” folder.
- Click on the “RIDE 4” icon to play the game.
- It is a Pre-Installed game !! That means this game is already installed in the folder !! no need to Install…
|File Size: 31.6 GB||Download Here|