With the add-on, motorcycle fans get access to the Aprilia RSV 1000 R (2009), Moto Guzzi MGS-01 CORSA (2004), Aprilia RS 250 (2001), Aprilia RS 250 – Racing Modified (2001) and MV Agusta F4 1000S – Racing Modified (2006) which we show you close up on some screenshots.
Hardly worth mentioning, but should not be ignored, the small update, which was also made available this week. In addition to trophies, minor corrections that are not detailed are included. In terms of content, the patch published on February 15, with which specific improvements to the motorcycles and the controls are accompanied, is already more interesting.
The next free expansion will appear on March 2, and there will still be plenty of additional game content after that, as the release schedule for Ride 4 extends until the end of August 2021 and thus well into summer.
Ride 4 – PS4 01.15, PS5 01.005.000, PC 188.8.131.52-Changelog:
-Added Trophies for add-ons (PS4, PS5)
-Minor Fixes (STEAM)
Ride 4 – PS5 01.004.000, XONE/XSX 184.108.40.206, PC 220.127.116.11-Changelog:
-Increased top speed for all motorcycles
-Improved LOW Set-up for adaptive triggers (PS5)
-Time Trial: rewards are now based on completed laps instead of completed valid laps only
-Time Trial: the quick leaderboard in pre-race menu now shows the best valid lap for each bike model
-Reduced grip on grass and sand when “Off-Track Help” option is Off
-Missing exhaust on Ducati 1098R RM 2008 added
-Headlights issue on Kawasaki ZX-10R 2004 fixed
-Sparks issue on Kawasaki ZX-6R 2019 fixed
-Added support for add-ons