Riders Republic Trial Lets You Play A Week Early For Free

Riders Republic Trial Lets You Play A Week Early For Free
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Written by 

Aaron Bayne


19th Oct 2021 10:40

Ubisoft recently announced the Riders Republic trial week, which will allow players to try out the upcoming multiplayer sports title for free. The trial arrives just one week before the game’s full launch, and gives players access to four hours of Riders Republic.

Riders Republic Trial Dates And How To Play

The Riders Republic trial will launch on October 21st, 2021, and will run up until the 27th. It will be available to download across Xbox One, Xbox Series X|S, PlayStation 4, PlayStation 5, Stadia and PC. 

It comes with a bunch of content for players to work their way through. Even better is that any progress made during the trial week will carry over into the full release and throughout the enormous Riders Republic roadmap Ubisoft announced a short while ago.

The centre-piece of the Riders Republic trial is Mass Race, which Ubisoft describe as “epic, multisport and multiplayer races”. These races will pit 32-players against one another, and will feature cross-play with new-gen, last-gen and PC players. In the full release, the player count will be increased to 64-players and after the beta earlier this year, they are truly chaotic.

In the Riders Republic trial however, there is an added layer of excitement in Mass Race. Reaching the top ten in a Mass Race will enter you in the Mad Challenge random draw. The winner will receive a Canyon x Riders Republic bike along with a Gold Edition of the game. 

You’ll need to register for the competition first, as well as reach 20 stars and unlock ShackDaddy’s “Exclusive Multiplayer Contest”. Other modes such as Tricks Battle, Free For All, and Versus Mode will also be available in the Riders Republic trial

You can access the Riders Republic trial when it runs from October 21-27. The trial is available for free across Xbox and PlayStation consoles as well as PC.


Aaron Bayne was a Guides Writer at GGRecon. His previous experience includes BBC and Fraghero.