Following its May release, developer RaceWard Studio (part of Nacon Studio Milan) has continued to support the latest motorcycle racing game with regular patches.
The latest addition aims to address several graphical quirks, chiefly the level of detail (LOD) visibly changing in the background scenes and pop-in. Sometimes, in particularly shadowy or detail-intensive areas frame rates could also suffer, but again, this update aims to smooth things over.
The level of chance will depend on your hardware, with the game across both PlayStation and Xbox console generations, Nintendo Switch and PC, so let us know in the comments below if you can notice a difference.
It also quashes a bug that saw strips of solid grass, like a speedbump, lie across the track. While in our testing of TT Isle of Man: Ride on the Edge 3 we didn’t experience this error, players on social media were keen to share entertaining clips post-release.
Aside from graphical fixes, the level cap has been raised to 500, so now you’ll be able to complete several Seniors before reaching the limit.
In our review, we praised the game’s handling and recreation of the track but were keen to point out a steep difficulty curve and lack of content. If you’ve just watched some of the real-world TT action this month and were looking for a virtual fix, we recommend it. It’s also set for some 2023 event DLC later in the year and an esports competition.
The latest update is now available across all platforms, apart from PC. It was initially released, but caused some crashes so has been rolled back for now. Once ready, the changelog below will apply.
TT Isle of Man: Ride on the Edge 3 Update 3 changelog
- Performance and frame rate improvements
- Fixed LOD and pop-in issues
- Fixed grass spawning on the racetrack
- Audio quality improved
- Player level cap raised up to 500