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Riptide GP®: Renegade drops players into a futuristic world of illicit hydro jet racing, where armored riders kick out death-defying stunts over massive waterfalls, outrun cops, and boost at breakneck speeds across surging waves.  With a deep career mode and both split screen and online multiplayer, Riptide GP: Renegade is the first game in the popular racing series designed especially for modern consoles.

Available NOW:

PlayStation 4, Steam PC, Google play, IOS, and Amazon


COMING SOON:

XBOX ONE, WIN10

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Game Features

Next Gen Water Racing

Vector Unit’s first game since Hydro Thunder Hurricane to be designed from the ground up for modern consoles, RGP:R sets the bar for dynamic water racing, with breathtaking dynamic water physics, splash-tastic spray effects, and more!

Thrill-Ride Environments

Evade police boats and drones while you blast through vast interactive race environments packed with interactive elements, secret shortcuts, and animated obstacles.

Deep Career Mode

Battle your way through a variety of race types and boss fights to reach the top of the underground hydro jet racing circuit. Earn XP and cash to upgrade and customize your hydro jet, unlock new stunts, and increase your rider's performance.

Online and Split Screen Multiplayer

Compete online against the best players around the world – or against your pals in split screen local multiplayer matches (with a mix of human and AI racers).

Futuristic Customizable Vehicles

Collect and upgrade a garage full of blistering fast hydro jets that transform while you ride them. Win money to upgrade and customize the stats, colors, decals and numbers.

1080p / 60fps

Console versions feature silky smooth, blisteringly fast racing action – even in split screen!  (Resolution and frame rate for PC and mobile platforms will vary based on hardware configuration).

LOCALIZATIONS

Available in English, French, Italian, German, Spanish, Russian, and Brazilian Portuguese.

GAMEPLAY VIDEOS (Console/PC)

GAMEPLAY VIDEOS (MOBILE)

CRITICAL RECEPTION

The racers have personality. They perform signature gestures. They’re more than just plastic characters sitting on top of beautiful futuristic jet-skis.
— Kotaku
Riptide GP: Renegade improves upon the mobile-centric entries of the series nicely. By adding in more modes, expanding the character progression system and offering up a robust trick system, players wind up with a game they can enjoy for quite some time. Vector Unit has made yet another outstanding aquatic racer and anyone who enjoyed Wave Race or the Hydro Thunder franchise should give it a shot. It’s thrilling, controls like a dream and looks excellent.
— Hardcore Gamer, Score: 4/5
If you’ve ever thought that they just don’t make arcade racers like they used to, Renegade - and really, the whole Riptide series - is for you.
— GamesRadar
Riptide GP Renegade delivers one of the best arcade racing experiences on iOS whether it’s on land, air, or sea making it a must have.
— AppleNApps, Score: 4.5/5
With quick load times, top class racing and some epic stunts this racer has cranked up the action to deliver a perfect arcade racing experience. Vector Unit are turning into champions of the arcade water world.
— Punk and Lizard, Score: 8/10
The world Vector Unit has created feels real and lived in. Every one of the tracks could have been spun off into its own open-world action game ... Riptide GP: Renegade is one of my favorite racing games of the year.
— Defunct Games
Riptide GP: Renegade boasts some fantastically gorgeous visuals for an indie racer. Everything is crystal clear with detailed environments, smooth animation, and beautiful water complete with stomach-churning waves.
— Video Chums, Score: 8.1/10
Riptide GP Renegade feels like a divine little arcade racer, something this generation could use more of ... with plenty of modes, online leaderboards, flashy graphics, solid controls and unlockable goodies. This is one ride you’ll certainly want to take again and again – even if some of the waves might knock you for a loop.
— Marooners' Rock, Score: 8/10