Nacon North America has released a new gameplay video for TT Isle of Man: Ride on the Edge 3, which launches sometime in May 2023 for the Nintendo Switch. The video showcases the first section of the Snaefell Mountain Course. Check out the video above.
While the scenery whizzes by at over 300km/h (186mph), nothing should distract the rider at the controls because the slightest error could be fatal. In the first section of this time trial race, which has been recreated at 1:1 scale, you start from Bray Hill on a steep descent and face the circuit’s first stretch where braking hard is required, and then a variety of tight and open bends connected by straights to Ballacraine. These significant changes of pace require perfect positioning on the road and impeccable anticipation.
The many hazards are not the only surprises in store. Along the way, you will come across various iconic buildings, such as multiple churches, the Railway Inn, the Twisted Chimneys of Glen Vine, and the Crosby Hotel.
These images from TT Isle of Man: Ride on the Edge 3 and the third-person view are also a chance to showcase the rider’s dynamic posture as you shift your position on the motorbike. In the cockpit view, the faithful reproduction of nearly 40 famous motorcycle dashboards provides deeper immersion by displaying information about the bike and the improved physics.
As well as recreating the event’s official circuit, TT Isle of Man: Ride on the Edge 3 includes a new “Open Roads” feature where you can ride freely around the official Tourist Trophy course and on other roads around the Isle of Man, all faithfully reproduced in-game. You can also explore the island by taking part in various unofficial events of 11 different types, including time trials, mass starts and other challenges. In the career modes available in the Superbike and Supersport categories, you compete over a full season and aim to unlock as many upgrades to your bike as you can before the ultimate race: the Tourist Trophy.
About the game:
TT Isle of Man: Ride on the Edge 3 content and new features:
- A total of 200km (124 miles) of roads you can ride to find points of interest and challenges to complete, including all 60km of the Snaefell Mountain Course
- 32 different circuits, including current and historical routes
- Close to 40 Superbike and Supersport riders and motorcycles
- Improved physics with more precise cornering and braking management
- A wide range of motorbike upgrades to achieve better performance
- A new Open Roads feature to freely explore the Isle of Man
- 11 different activity types, including two customisable ones
- Multiplayer with the ability to create open or private online lobbies
- Online competitions with weekly and monthly events
- Cross-gen compatibility
- Smart delivery functionality for gamers to enjoy old and next-gen versions of the same console platform after buying any version of the game