New Trailer Released for TT Isle of Man: Ride on the Edge
Bigben and Kylotonn revealed today a new trailer for TT Isle of Man: Ride on the Edge, releasing this coming March on PlayStation 4 computer entertainment system, Xbox One, and PC. The new video – and poem that accompanies it, written and read by Nancy Von Short, a journalist and motorcycle enthusiast who’s been following the race for more than 15 years – perfectly illustrates the passion that surrounds this race and the mentality of the riders who participate in this iconic challenge. The “TT” represents the ultimate goal for them and is the reason they train relentlessly and risk their lives.
Check out the new trailer of TT Isle of Man: Ride on the Edge, featuring a cinematic video:
The Siren of the Irish Sea.
For the brave. For the fearless. For the bold. Seeking out their destiny.
In the heart of every rider. Her rhythm beats like a drum. The pulse of everything you trained for, of everything you have sacrificed and become.
In the heart of every fan. She draws you in, pounding at your soul, injecting life through your veins. A desire born to your blood. You have one focus, one passion, one goal.
And you are finally with her; the wait comes to an end. A legacy before you. And the air is electric, and the silence echoes with anticipation. You are not alone here. A band of brothers, of sisters, of warriors and friends.
Because this is living and this is life, she is everything you expected. And the call of the road is upon you. Desire in your spirit. Thunder and lightning between your bones and your soul.
This is the moment you’ve been waiting for.
This is your moment.
This … is the Isle of Man TT.
The Isle of Man TT is a legendary race, held each year since 1907, and is considered to be the ultimate challenge by motorcycle enthusiasts. It stands out from the other, more classic challenges because it demands extreme endurance, very specific riding skills, and a willingness to take lots of risks.
TT Isle of Man: Ride on the Edge is the official simulation of the race. The game offers an exact replica of the course (reproduced in perfect scale down to the slightest details thanks to laserscan technology), which is the longest course in the world: more than 200 turns over 37.7 miles at over 185 mph. In TT Isle of Man you’ll discover everything this challenge is known for: speed, risks, and extreme sensations.
TT Isle of Man will be available in March 2018 on PlayStation®4 computer entertainment system, Xbox One, and PC.
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For more information on TT Isle of Man: Ride on the Edge, visit its official website.