According to Tripwire Interactive, Road Redemption lets players command a biker gang on an epic journey across the country. The goal is to essentially destroy everything in your path, including other pesky riders. The game features a fairly lengthy campaign judging from its Steam release, and has favorable reviews from consumers. However, online multiplayer is the focus here. You earn money by finishing races, assassinations, and robberies. Better yet, as you collect loot, you'll upgrade your character, bike, and weapons.
In Fall 2018, Road Redemption will make the jump to Xbox One and other platforms like Nintendo Switch. This is a direct result of the encouraging reception it's received on PC. While having a successful product on Steam doesn't guarantee a successful console launch, it's still a good indicator. We'll keep you posted as soon as we know more about the console ports. Until then, enjoy the bombastic trailer which gives you a taste of the chaotic gameplay.
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