Today, Ubisoft announced that season four of Riders Republic, Freestylin’, is available for all players. They will be able to roam around Area 52, the dedicated BMX area, and try a free BMX career intro. The BMX career is available to purchase within the Year Pass for immediate access or as a standalone add-on starting September 21st on Xbox One, Xbox Series X | S, PlayStation®4, PlayStation®5*, Stadia, as well as Windows PC through the Ubisoft Store and the Epic Games Store. Players can also subscribe to Ubisoft+ on PC, Stadia and Amazon Luna** to access the game.
This new season will provide players with the much-anticipated BMX Sport Add-on. BMX is all about freestyle and bikes are tricks machines giving riders a wide range of moves to express themselves. Players will embrace the creativity of underground street style in urban places and fly high over dirt trails. The BMX Sport add-on includes a dedicated career mode and events, alongside the brand-new BMX-dedicated zone, Area 52, nested in the heart of Canyonland. This formerly classified military zone, sprinkled with huge satellite dishes and abandoned warehouses, has been taken over by riders and will host new events riddled with alien-related secrets. The addition of BMX will also bring new gameplay features: Grind, for those who have a passion for rails, tricks and gap transfer and Half-Pipe, for the speed and amplitude lovers. This new sports add-on will let players experience 3 disciplines: Street, Park and Dirt.
This season will also kick-off the much-anticipated Vans partnership, along with the addition of new sponsors, such as Cult, Odyssey, We The People, Flybikes and SubRosa, just to list a few, offering a ton of new customization and gear combos.
The famous Vans Waffle Cup and RedBull Uncontained events will put players to the test and challenge their handlebars skills. Players can expect more surprise events along the trail, with five new funkies.
For more information about Riders Republic, Season 4: Freestylin’, please visit ridersrepublic.com/freestylin