Riders Republic is a game that begs to be played with others. Whether you’re just looking to get matchmade with other random people or want to play and explore the game’s world and race content with a friend, the heart of Riders Republic is in its co-op and versus multiplayer content. In this guide, we’ll go over how to play co-op and versus multiplayer in Riders Republic.
How to Play Co-op & Versus Multiplayer in Riders Republic
So you have a lot of different options to play versus and co-op multiplayer in Riders Republic because of the multitude of game modes and different vehicle options at your disposal.
Free-for-All at Riders Ridge will allow you to compete against other players and friends. Alternatively, you can also participate in Tricks battle which allows you to rack up points by pulling off tricks as part of a team if you’re more into co-op play. The more points you earn, the higher your rank will be. These are both buildings that sit right next to each other in Riders Ridge and you can visit to sign up for them.
You can also just invite friends to a session if you want by pressing the Options button on PlayStation or the Menu button on Xbox, and going to the ‘Social’ tab once you’ve wrapped up the tutorial.
Select Players List from this menu and then select the player you want to invite from your current session if you’d like to invite someone random that you met, or go to Friends and choose the friend you want to invite to your group if that’s what you’re trying to do instead.
You can also do all of this by going to the Manage My Group button on the bottom right-hand corner of the screen from the Menu/Options section, and then select one of the empty slots in your group and invite someone in.
That’s everything you need to know on how to play co-op and versus multiplayer in Riders Republic. For more tips and tricks, be sure to search for Twinfinite or check out more of our coverage on the game below, or check out our extensive wiki guide for more tips and tricks.
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