Ride 2’s latest free DLC brings two new bikes to the table
Ride 2 is now available on both Windows PC and Xbox One, allowing players on both platforms to show off their riding skills. If you don’t have a favorite bike yet, you may want to check out the latest Ride 2 free DLC. This pack brings two new bikes that you’ll definitely like.
The new DLC is available on all platforms. Once you’ve downloaded it, you’ll uncover a beautiful Husqvarna 401 Svartpilen 2015 bike with a new look, as well as the powerful Honda CBR1000RR Fireblade 2015.
Ride 2 players get two free bikes
Our fourth free DLC is now available on all platforms, including two models we are pleased to unveil.
Sophisticated style lovers will enjoy the Husqvarna 401 Svartpilen 2015, bestowed with an unique look.
Those with a sweet tooth for an old school supersport will love the Honda CBR1000RR Fireblade 2015.
Milestone’s strategy to roll out free bike packs will definitely be successful in the long term as well. By offering free bike models, players are much more likely to continue buying the paid-for DLC. Most likely, Ride 2 will receive many more DLCs in the future, and keeping the free/paid balance right will help the devs gain players’ confidence.
Over 170 bikes! Collect them all to create your own personal garage, choosing from the most powerful and iconic categories and models (like the Nakeds and the Supersports).
Ride 2 allows you to travel around the world in an unforgettable sequence of events: GP circuits, Country tracks and city tracks. You can show off your skills on over 30 tracks, including the legends of motorcycle racing like Nürburgring Nordschleife.
You can also boost your bike by modifying the following elements: engine, brakes and suspension, wheels, transmission, and aesthetics.
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