Switch owners have been somewhat left out in the cold when it comes to serious racing game offerings, thankfully one such title has been confirmed for Nintendo’s latest piece of gaming hardware: TT Isle of Man Ride on the Edge.
The title first released on the PlayStation 4 and Xbox One consoles on March 6, 2018, a PC release followed later in the month.
Curious to see how the game runs on the Switch? Take a look at the freshly released Switch gameplay video below.
Expected to release both physically and digitally on May 23, TT Isle of Man: Ride on the Edge features a faithful recreation of the world famous 37¾ mile TT mountain course along with 36 official riders from 2016 and 2017 which see numerous teams and bike manufacturers represented.
To supplement the main mountain course, a total of nine fictional tracks set across England, Scotland, Northern Ireland, and Wales also feature.
We reviewed the PlayStation 4 version of the title and enjoyed the frantic sense of speed and the impressive attention to detail across the mountain course, but found the title to have an uninspiring career mode, some unforgiving riding physics and inconsistent AI.
You can read our written review here and view the game’s list of features below.
TT Isle of Man: Ride on the Edge features
• A faithful reproduction of all of Snaefell Mountain’s 60.7 km of track and 264 turns.
• 9 fictional circuits to train on before taking on the legendary track.
• 40 official motorcycles and 23 official racers.
• Online races with up to 8 players.
• A Career mode allowing you to unlock new motorcycles and to win the epic Isle of Man Tourist Trophy.