TT Isle of Man – Dev Diary #1 – Screenshots – Gameplay Footage
BigBen Interactive and French developer Kylotonn Games have published the first Dev Diary video for their upcoming TT Isle Of Man – Ride on the Edge game.
Producer at Kylotonn Games Constant Napoli takes us behind-the-scenes showing us how the development team behind the TT Isle of Man game virtualized the amazing 38-mile-long island circuit. Kylotonn Art director Maximilien Torti explains some of the work that went into the laser scanned version of the TT circuit. Besides some very interesting background information, the Dev Diary also contains a good amount of gameplay footage. Keep in mind that all featured in-game footage is still a work in development and taken from an early version of the game.
Next up are some new interesting screenshots revealing the game version of Michael Dunlop’s 2017 Yamaha YZF-R6. Michael is the nephew of legendary former world champion motorcyclist Joey Dunlop who arguably is one of the most famous characters in the history of the Isle of Man TT meeting.
Last but not least we can watch a video interview (below) with Ivan Lintin who is two times TT Isle Of Man winner of the Bennetts Lightweight TT which is a road race that is a part of the Isle of Man TT festival. The video also includes a good amount of gameplay footage and lets us hear Ivan’s first impressions of the game.
Ride on the Edge will be available for PC, PS4 and Xbox One in November 2017.
The officially licensed TT (Tourist Trophy) Isle Of Man game is dedicated to one of the most famous and heroic motorbike races on the planet. The Isle of Man TT race is an annual event run on the Isle of Man in May or June since its inaugural race in 1907.
The Isle of Man TT has been traditionally run in a time-trial format on public roads closed for racing. It can be considered one of the most dangerous races in the world. Between 1907 and 2015 the official practice sessions and races resulted in 246 fatalities, of which 141 were competitors.
The game will feature the iconic 37¾ mile Snaefell Mountain TT Course and many of the leading teams and riders re-created digitally to accurately represent their team liveries and bike manufacturers.
Official Webpage – www.iomtt-thegame.com