We’re just days away from the release of TT Isle of Man: Ride on the Edge and we’ve been enjoying a preview of the title for some days now.
In our latest videos we check out two of the nine fictional tracks featured in the officially licensed game which compliment the main Snaefell Mountain course which clocks in at an incredible 27.73 miles in length.
We first take on the Tyrone Circuit based in Northern Ireland (above), and we play from the chase camera perspective. This is one of the simplest track layouts in the game, so is a great place to get to grips with your chosen bike. We found the track had a nice flow to it and visually looked impressive.
Secondly, we take to the fictional Scottish track of Castle Ring. Instead of the chase cam perspective as seen before, we opt instead for the forward camera which gives us a better sense of speed and danger as you are much closer to the ground.
Visually, we found Castle Ring again to be very pleasant on the eye with impressive foliage. The track itself offered a good mix high-speed sections, extremely tight turns, and some flowing bends which dare you to take on as fast you possibly can.
We’ll have more on TT Isle of Man: Ride on the Edge shortly.