Both NACON and RaceWard Studio introduce a new video of their RiMS Racing motorcycle simulator, which builds on the perfect blend of mechanics and your driving skills.
RiMS Racing makes motorcycle mechanics a central component of the game and thus offers a special simulation experience where players have to combine technical and driving skills. Thanks to an innovative mechanical management system, every component of a motorcycle can be optimized – down to the smallest component. With more than 500 official items and more than 200 official equipment items available for drivers, RiMS Racing offers enough customization options for all players’ desires and preferences.
As with real drivers, real-time machine condition analysis in game can also be done for setting mastery. From brake disc temperature and tire pressure to suspension behavior and electronics – the realistic and accurate physics of RiMS Racing reproduce every hazard in a real race.
Players begin their adventure by choosing a motorcycle from among eight of the most powerful European and Japanese models that has been recreated with unprecedented precision thanks to close cooperation with its manufacturers. The linked video shows the MV Agusta F4 RC and its exact mechanics. The four-cylinder over 200 hp is MV Agusta’s flagship – it features an Ohlins TTX 36 shock absorber, Brembo radial brake system and a carbon-based plate. All these components have been reproduced down to the last detail in RiMS Racing.
Another popular machine that players will love is the Ducati Panigale V4 R. In this masterpiece from Ducati, the Italian sports-inspired motorcycle manufacturer with powerful engines, innovative design and cutting-edge technology, every detail is specifically designed for cutting-edge racing: aerodynamics, chassis, performance and even Engine sound.
Players can expect ten official race tracks faithfully recreated, including Silverstone, WeatherTech Raceway Laguna Seca, Suzuka Circuit, Nürburgring and Paul Ricard. For those who prefer the route, five tracks have been recreated in the stunning landscapes of the United States, Norway, Australia, Spain and Italy – for an entirely different racing experience on two wheels.
RiMS Racing will be in stores starting August 19, 2021 for PlayStation 4, PlayStation 5, Xbox One and Xbox Series X | S, Nintendo Switch, and PC.
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