Far Cry 6 is joining Ubisoft's slate of games finally coming to Steam this year, alongside Riders Republic, Rainbow Six Extraction, and Monopoly Madness.
BMX is finally coming to Rider's Republic as part of its fourth season, alongside other new things like a new playground new career.
Access all content for free on Xbox and PlayStation consoles. Progression carries over into the full game which is currently discounted.
The first post-launch for Riders Republic is now live for Season Pass owners, bringing plenty of new content for players to dive into.
Meanwhile, Mario Kart 8 Deluxe and Marvel's Spider-Man: Miles Morales saw increased sales thanks to strong Nintendo Switch and PS5 sales.
Riders Republic proves that the open-ended racing format can still work, while simultaneously reminding us of how it can come up short.
Mario Party Superstars debuted in third place with six percent lower sales than Super Mario Party. Ubisoft's Riders Republic debuted in eighth.
The multiplayer title sees players competing in multiple sports across a large open world, including massive +50 player races.
Ubisoft's multiplayer open world extreme sports title will also be available for free for up to four hours from October 21 to October 27.
Bryce Canyon, Grand Teton, Sequoia Park, and Yosemite Valley are just some of the American national parks that the open world is comprised of.
The PC trial includes all five careers, Versus Mode, Tricks Battle and Mass Races. It will be available until October 13th, 12 AM PT/3 AM ET.
New multiplayer modes, Live Events with unique rewards, seasonal progression, Showdown Mode, and BMX are all coming this year.
Ubisoft's massively multiplayer extreme sports title is out later this month after several days. Here's everything you need to know before diving in.
The Fall season is still chock-full of big releases with October having some major sequels, enticing indie titles and some long-awaited returns.
Ubisoft has confirmed that an open beta of the game is love now, allowing players to test out many of its extreme sports activities, the open word, and more.
Outfits can be earned by completing objectives for a sponsor, partaking in weekly challenges or spending Bucks at the in-game shop.
Various sports from skiing and biking to snowboarding and wingsuiting are showcased with the closed beta available till August 27th.
Five different sports, from biking and snowboarding to skiing and wingsuiting, will be available along with multiplayer support.
Ubisoft's massively multiplayer sports title was originally set for September. The developer is now looking to "fine tune the experience."
Along with announcing the extreme sports game's release date, Ubisoft has also provided an extended gameplay deep dive for it.