Previously released on Xbox One, Xbox Series X|S, PlayStation 4, PlayStation 5 and PC, RiMS Racing is available today on the Nintendo Switch for $49.99.
Far from an ordinary racer, RiMS Racing offers fans the chance to experience hyper realistic motorbike mechanics as a rider and an engineer. Players can now race on tracks, experiment with spare parts, personalize their motorbikes and more at home or on the go thanks to the Switch’s hybrid functionality.
From the get-go, fans will be able to ride eight of the world’s most powerful motorbikes from renowned manufacturers Ducati, BMW, Suzuki, Kawasaki, Yamaha and more. In between cruising on official circuits and roads set around the globe, players will be able to analyze performance and configure their motorbike according to their riding style.
Career mode challenges riders to manage a calendar, study R&D areas, and upgrade skills to improve their team’s races. RiMS Racing completely immerses players in the world of motorbike racing, daring them to carefully balance a need for speed with engineering foresight.
If you missed our RiMS Racing review we posted in August, make sure to read it here.
When I did the preview for RaceWard Studios’ new motorcycle sim, RiMS Racing, back in July, it was a game where the more I raced the more I wanted to race. There was a steep learning curve I did not fully appreciate until some real time was spent with the title. The preview I did gave me a glance at a title that was trying something different than most, and that had me very excited. Now it’s time to find out if different means better in our RiMS Racing review.