Riders Republic

Rating Summary

Based on 91 critic reviews
Strong Man

OpenCritic Rating

78

Top Critic Average

71%

Critics Recommend

Based on 91 critic reviews
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8 / 10.0
Nov 25, 2021

It was Ubisoft that fed us again in these days when we were hungry for extreme sports games. It's delicious.

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8 / 10.0
Nov 4, 2021

Riders Republic is an excellent, arcadey extreme sports sandbox with bonkers multiplayer events, an impressive open world, and unfortunate server issues.

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71 / 100
Nov 2, 2021

Extreme sports made accessible to the point of basic. It's got a tin ear but a big heart.

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Recommended
Nov 2, 2021

Ubisoft builds upon the framework of Steep with this enjoyably eccentric open world extreme sports adventure.

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8 / 10.0
Nov 13, 2021
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Nov 3, 2021

Riders Republic is a hell of a good time, a freeform open-world sports game that encourages you to follow your passion and find your own fun.

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8 / 10
Oct 29, 2021

Riders Republic is exactly the game it is trying to be, with a modern take on early 2000s xtreme sports games that works in terms of everything except the corporate-mandated ambience.

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6.8 / 10.0
Nov 9, 2021

Riders Republic has some great moments – namely its dozens upon dozens of races – but all of that is cut down by an impressively obnoxious script, unskippable dialogue, and predetermined soundtracks that play ad nauseam

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8 / 10
Nov 3, 2021

Riders Republic is a varied extreme sports playground that's both thrilling and approachable.

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Unscored
Oct 26, 2021

Riders Republic is more than a revision of Steep than it is a rewrite, a creative team taking all of the lessons learned from a rough draft and starting over from the beginning. It has more extreme sports, sure, but more importantly, it’s a profoundly more social experience. It oozes joy, without relying on the fundamentals of its contemporaries, like combat, winner-takes-all competition, and melodramatic linear storytelling.

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