Ride on the Edge 3 is revealed in the first gameplay

NACON has unveiled to the world the first gameplay trailer of TT Isle of Man: Ride on the Edge 3, the third chapter of the homonymous saga that catapults us into the most famous and legendary motorcycle race ever. Developed by RaceWard Studio, the racing division of NACON Studio Milano, the game will be released in May 2023 on old-gen consoles, PlayStation 5, Xbox Series S, Xbox Series X and PC, as well as Nintendo Switch.

The trailer in question lasts 3 minutes and allows us to admire a short but quick sequence of gameplay aboard what appears to be the Honda CBR1000RR-R, as it hurtles at over 300km/h through the narrow streets of Man. In the trailer we can see an alternation between first person view, where we can scrutinize the details of the bike, and third person view where instead the rider’s animations dominate.

The Tourist Trophy route will be reproduced on a 1:1 scale and taken care of down to the smallest detail. Indeed, we may recognize historic buildings such as the many churches, the Railway Inn, the Crosby Hotel and the twisted chimneys of Glen Vine. At the same time, however, we will have very little time to admire them since we will have to anticipate the curves of the route, so as to avoid abruptly interrupting our ride.


In TT Isle of Man: Ride on the Edge 3 there will also be an Open Roads mode that will allow us to drive in the entire Isle of Man, faithfully reproduced. We will also be able to discover the secrets of the island by competing in unofficial challenges. The game will include 40 different bikes between Superbike and Supersport, improved physics and a total of 200km of drivable roadsincluding 60km of mountain roads in the Snaefell course.

The bikes can be upgraded with various upgrades which will allow us to improve braking power, acceleration and handling. We will also be able to confront online players in the cross-gen multiplayer mode.

TT Isle Of Man: Ride on the Edge 3 will be available on PC, PS4, PlayStation 5, Xbox One, Xbox Series X, Series S and Nintendo Switch in May 2023.

Source: NACON