Videogame Grind: New Game Modes for “Isle of Man TT: Ride on the Edge 3”

Videogame Grind: New Game Modes for "Isle of Man TT: Ride on the Edge 3"

Just three days until the launch of “ISLE OF MAN TT – RIDE ON THE EDGE 3,” and we’re still getting new game modes popping up pre-launch.

For those of you who don’t know, the “Isle of Man TT” videogame series allows players to swing a bitmapped leg over their choice of superbike, competing in a simulated topography of the world’s most dangerous motorcycle race: The Isle of Man TT.

The updates that everyone has been waiting for are allegedly coming this year, and one of them is reportedly an expanded map.

A stunning 124 miles of open road and connected routes have been added to the original more than 36 miles of ultra-technical track. On these routes, you can perfect your apex algorithm while competing in a race against time and physics, or you can simply enjoy the historical artifacts proposed by Raceward Studio.

“Take to selected side streets, spot the holiday rental you used on a previous visit, and even ride some of the more historic, and now unused, courses on the island,” lauds coverage from Visordown.

“The Clypse course, a 10.9-mile loop that was in use from 1954 to 1959, is the first [unused course]. Along with Cronk-ny-Mona and Creg-ny-Baa, it starts at Governor’s Bridge. The St. John’s course, which is another one that can be unlocked by players, is a 15-mile, 45-turn circuit that was initially run in its current condition, which made it extremely dangerous and dusty.”

Whatever your preference, we’ll have the program ready to start just in time to satisfy your weekend addiction to speed.


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