Milestone’s Ride 4 running on the PlayStation 5 at 4K and 60FPS might confuse some people for actual motorcycle footage, but it’s just an ultra realistic game, or at least from a graphics standpoint. The PS5 version makes use of the console’s solid-state drive to reduce loading times and the DualSense controller to bring the gas and brake levers to life. That’s right, these levers have their own resistance to transmit the same sensations as their real-life counterparts. Read more for the video and additional information.
The realistic first person view effect is achieved by using a particular camera mode in the replay recording. Put simply, this mode replicates the view experienced from a helmet-mounted camera, making it too shaky and unstable to be used while actively playing, but perfect to watch in replays. Throw in some lighting as well as weather, and you have some TV ready footage.
- The model includes a 2-speed gearbox, a first for LEGO Technic motorcycle models, and front and rear suspension for realistic movement
- Features great attention to detail, with attributes from the original, like realistic turning front wheel and front and back disc brakes
- Discover how the gearbox activates the V4-cylinder engine and feel the smooth ride of different driving techniques with the 2-speed action
Because it’s the game we’ve been doing, and now playing for many months, so we knew it was of great quality, but it’s always fascinating to see when someone unaware discovers it. It happened years ago with the first Ride, people were arguing if it was real. Now it’s happening again with even some famous people from the industry commenting, praising it, and it’s just beautiful,” said Michele Caletti, executive producer of the game, to Games Radar.