Rims Racing is free to try on Steam and have a Halloween demo weekend
Indulge your inner speed demon now on PC and this Friday on consoles.
There aren’t a lot of motorcycle games. Forza, Gran Turismo, Art of Rally, F1, Project Cars, and many more focus on cars, but so few titles deal exclusively with motorcycles.
Rims Racing is one of those very rare motorcycle-focused games. Italian studio RaceWard teamed up with publisher Nacon to bring their racing bike to PC and next-gen consoles last August, and now that the game has been out for a few months, they’ve decided it would be a good time. to start giving it. For a limited time.
Rims Racing is currently available to play for free on Steam by October 27 at 7:00 p.m. CEST (1:00 p.m. EST). All you need for this free demo is for you to switch to Steam and click the “play nowbutton. You will be able to play as much as you want until tomorrow at 1:00 PM EST, when you will need to pay to continue playing.
For console gamers, the free demo arrives this weekend. Play for up to three hours between October 29 at 7:00 p.m. CEST and November 1 at 7:00 p.m. CEST on PS4, PS5, Xbox One, and Xbox Series X | S. All you need to do is go to the Rims Racing page on your platform’s storefront.
Nacon is also feeling very generous in this scary season and is offering the Blood Beets DLC on Halloween. Between October 29 and October 31 on consoles (November 1 on Steam), you can download the Bloody Beetroots DLC for free. This includes the “Delivered Unique Ducati Panigale V4 R and Full Rider Equipment” which was made in partnership with the actual motorcycle racing companies AGV and Dainese and colored by the Bloody Beetroots themselves. They are therefore mostly red.
This free deal also coincides with the release of the official Rims Racing soundtrack, produced entirely by The Bloody Beetroots.
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