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La EBR 1190RS 2016 di Mark Miller

 

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Con il testo che potete leggere integralmente qui sotto, il team Kylotonn Games annuncia un ritardo nel rilascio del suo nuovo TT Isle of Man Ride on the Edge, in quanto gli sviluppatori non sono ancora soddisfatti della grafica e soprattutto della fisica delle moto. Il gioco è attualmente previsto per un generico marzo 2018.

To all our riders and fans, As you know, we have been working on the TT Isle of Man game for quite some time now, and we’re very satisfied with what we’ve achieved on many points. We’ve made an almost perfect replica of the famous Snaefell Mountain Course and the in-game version provides just as many technical challenges as its real-world counterpart.

And, never has a video game displayed so many graphical details on such a long race track, and with such speed required to render those graphics. Yet, after much discussion, we believe that the current game is not in line with our expectations, primarily: the gameplay and motorbike physics. Given how important this is to the game, and your experience, we do not want to disappoint you on this.

As you might have seen, TT Isle of Man was initially scheduled for November 2017, but we need a little more time. We have therefore decided to push the release date back to March 2018. This extra time will allow us to improve all aspects of the game. Delaying the release of the game is not an easy decision to make but we really want to offer you an experience worthy of the legendary TT and we hope you understand!

- The TT Isle of Man – the Game team

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March might seem far away, but we'll keep you covered with plenty of content while you wait! This week, we're revealing Bruce Anstey's Honda CBR1000RR for the Padgett's Motorcycles racing team!

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Road Racing Daily brings you an exclusive interview with the guys at TT Isle of Man - The Game.

Thanks so much for taking part, can't wait for this game!

Q: Will the Lightweight, Supersport, Zero and Superstock classes be made available to race?

A: We decided to focus on Superbike and Supersport as we feel they represent the spirit and the challenge of taking part in the TT. Zero and Superstock bike classes are not planned currently. We’re still working on Sidecars and we’ll have more information closer to the release of the game.

Q:How many of the riders will be featured, ie, what is the depth of the field like?

A: There are 23 individual riders featured, 2 categories (Superbike and Supersport) and 27 teams represented for a total of 40 different liveries.

Q: Are there any hidden tracks or is it solely just the TT circuit?

A: The game will include the entire (and faithfully-recreated) TT circuit (“Snaefell Mountain Course”). There will also be nine “fantasy” tracks, which we designed to be particularly competitive for 8-player multiplayer mode. When designing these circuits, we wanted to provide a different challenge to that which you’ll face on the TT circuit, for example, you’ll be able to play all these tracks on mass start. They’re smaller, more compact and played over a short amount of time compared to the mammoth TT track, so we’re really excited to see what players think of them!

Q: With regards to the gameplay, can you complete a full 6 lap Senior TT?

A: Yep, this is going to be possible! And, if you’re up for the challenge, you can even compete to beat the best times on all 6 laps.

Q: Will there be any vintage machinery available for people to race with?

A: We won’t feature vintage or classic bikes, but we do have a special tribute bike coming (but we can’t say more than that at the moment!)

Q: Is it only current riders that are available, or will there be a chance to ride the course as a TT legend like Joey Dunlop etc.?

A: For the game, we picked some of the top riders over the last two years and so, we’ll feature a selection of riders mainly from 2016 and 2017.

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This is the moment you've been waiting for.
This is your moment.
This is... the Isle of Man TT.

Coming March 2018 on PC, PS4 and Xbox One.

 

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