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Ubisoft delaysmass multiplayer outdoor extreme sports gameRiders Republic


Riders RepublicUbisoft's "mass multiplayer outdoor extreme sports game" for Xbox, PlayStation, and PCwill no longer release on 25th February as previously announced, and has been delayed to some currently unspecified point later this year.

Riders Republic, revealed at the tail-end of last year, is something of a spiritual successor to Ubisoft's under-appreciated winter sports effort Steep, albeit with that game's focus on snowy pursuits expanded out to encompass a wide range of different activitiessnowboarding, biking, skiing, and wing suit action (both vanilla and jet-powered)across varied terrain.

Solo and co-op play is supported as players participate in events across Riders Republic's worldstitched together from seven iconic US national parks: Bryce Canyon, Yosemite Valley, Sequoia Park, Zion, Canyonlands, Mammoth Mountain, and Grand Tetonbut Ubisoft is very much pushing large-scale competition as a focus, including races with upward of 50 kau va'inga.

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