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Riders Republic wingsuit: How to get the wingsuit and unlock air races in Riders Republic

Don't get lost in heaven.

Wondering when you can flight off? Here's how to get the wingsuit in Riders Republic and unlock air races.

It won't be long until you start wondering how to get the wingsuit in Riders Republic, especially considering how thrilling it is to fly one during the tutorial segment.

Part of the big appeal of this multiplayer game is the intersection between different sports, from biking to snowboarding, all clashing together under the same roof. That being said, Air Sports (or air races) are not immediately available, meaning that it will take a while before you can spread your wings.

This page explains how to get the wingsuit in Riders Republic, as well as how to unlock air races to make the most out of your new addition.

If you're looking for more help with Riders Republic, we have pages on tricks, crossplay and relic locations.

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How to get the wingsuit and unlock Air Sports in Riders Republic explained

Neither the wingsuit nor Air Sports are available from the get-go in Riders Republic. First of all, if you're a new player, make sure to complete all the introductory tasks.

Once you do, you'll gain access to the Progression Tracker tab in the pause menu. After you have gained a total of 30 stars, you'll be given access to the Air Career and Paramotor - this unlocks both the wingsuit and air races.

In summary, to unlock the wingsuit and air races in Riders Republic, you must have at least 30 stars.

You need to have at least 30 stars to unlock the wingsuit and air races.

Straightforward enough, right? Well, the only problem is that it's a rather time consuming task. You will end up the introductory questline with 11 stars, which is a good place to start, but not quite as close as we'd hope to.

You can earn stars just by completing races around the map. That being said, we recommend for you to double check the side tasks of each race, which are usually three and offer additional stars. You'll most likely complete these often without noticing, but it's best to plan ahead whenever possible.

Taking part in all three main multiplayer modes (Free for All, Mass Race and Tricks Battle) will also grant you rewards. In addition, you can take on and complete challenges from Shackdaddy Bandit, which is an NPC in Ridger's Ride base camp, as some will net you stars as well.

Once you've gotten 30 stars, both the wingsuit and air races will become available for you. Have fun flying across the sky!

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