ride 4 vintage

In RIDE 4, Milestone Studios have given gamers the chance to ride all manner of brilliant bikes, from the sport variety, to the super bikes and pretty much everything in between. Today though a host of additional bikes join the game, with the focus of the Best Vintage 80’s – 90’s firmly centred on the classics. 

With realistic games like this one, it can certainly mimic the speeds and performance of real-life motorcycles. However, you won’t need a motorcycle accident lawyer if you crash in the game.

Available right now, the RIDE 4 – Best Vintage 80’s – 90’s pack is the latest in a stupidly long line of DLC pieces to have hit the motorcycle racer since launch. Running the premium route – £3.99 asking price from the Xbox Store – this pack adds in five new and exclusive bikes to your garage, along with some extra events to race them in. 

Should you be looking to enhance your game, you’ll find some seriously sexy pieces of machinery present here, with beasts from Kawasaki, Ducati and Yamaha all present. Included in all are the following machines…

  • Kawasaki GPZ 900R Ninja (1989),
  • Ducati Monster 900 (1993),
  • Yamaha YZF-R1 – Racing Modified (1998),
  • Kawasaki KZ 1000R (1982),
  • Kawasaki KZ 1000R – Racing Modified (1982)

But that’s not all and much like the slew of other packs that have arrived in RIDE 4, you’ll also gain access to 10 additional events. You know, because you need somewhere and something to test these motorcycles to the limit. 

You will need a copy of the base game of RIDE 4 to hand in order to make use of the Best Vintage 80’s – 90’s DLC Pack. With it present and playable on Xbox One, Xbox Series X|S, PS4, PS5 and PC though, there’s next to no reason why you shouldn’t already have a copy in your digital library. 

Let us know what you think of the latest DLC drop for RIDE 4 by getting into the comments or hitting us up on the socials.

DLC Description:

Buy Best Vintage 80’s – 90’s and expand your gaming experience with 5 exclusive bikes and 10 extra events.

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