New Ride 3 patch out now, easier time trials, improved handling & more - Team VVV

News New Ride 3 patch out now, easier time trials, improved handling & more


Kevin Dooley


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Game: Ride 3

Platform: PC, PS4, XBox One

Publisher: Milestone S.r.l

Release Date: 30/11/2018

Following on from the smaller Ride 3 patch earlier in the month, a bigger update is now available for the two-wheeled racer across the PlayStation 4, Xbox One and PC.

I’m happy to report that one area that has seen attention in this update is the time trials. The update makes the unnecessarily difficult time trial events easier by increasing the performance points (PP) limit allowing you to race quicker bikes as you chase the gold.

Elsewhere, bike handling has been improved under braking and accelerating, the bike respawns have seen some attention, and the AI race behaviour is said to have been tweaked and improved.

Earlier this month we saw the release of Ride 3’s second free DLC pack, available across all platforms, containing the Ducati Desmosedici RR bike from 2016 along with five new career events courtesy of the additional volume.

You can view the patch notes for today’s Ride 3 update below.


Eased Time Attack by increasing PP limit
Opponents race behaviour improved
Bikes handling improved when braking and accelerating
Countdown in online lobbies increased
Nurburgring Nordschleife: time invalidation issue at Karussell turn fixed
Ideal Trajectory helper improved
Bike respawn position logic modified
Rumble effect rebalanced


Minor fixes on texts and localizations
Wrong TCS activation fixed
Minor fixes on bikes data
Minor fixes on menu pages layout
Mouse cursor disappearance fixed


Yamaha XT 1200 E Super Ténéré 2018: missing front brake disc fixed
Yamaha XT 1200 E Super Ténéré 2018: customization issue fixed
Yamaha MT07 2015: missing front brake disc fixed
Yamaha XSR700 ABS 2015: missing front brake disc fixed
Yamaha SCR950 Scrambler 2017: missing front brake disc fixed
Suzuki GSX-R1000 Team Bennetts Suzuki 2017: muffler disappearance fixed
Kawasaki Ninja ZX-10R 2004: invisible muffler fixed
MV Agusta F4 RC 2014: missing grips fixed
Ducati Panigale V4 Speciale 2018: rims model updated
Suzuki GSX-R 600 2009: invisible muffler fixed
Benelli Tornado 2006: invisible muffler fixed
Wrong reflective effect on several 3D gauges fixed
Cockpit and Helmet cameras: opponents proximity overprint added
Settings issue on Suter MMX 500 and several Racing modified bikes fixed

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