Square Enix® and Milestone S.r.l. today announced that MXGP2, the official game of Motocross will be available in North America and Latin America for Windows PC from March 31 and PlayStation 4 and Xbox One on June 7, 2016.
MXGP2 Will Hit Steam On March 31 – New Trailer
Built with maximum realism of real motorcycles, real pilots and motocross tracks. MXGP2 brings the thrill of competing against other drivers while you feel the speed of your powerful motorcycle running in the hills of mud. The game includes both online and offline multiplayer mode, you can customize the bikes and riders, and can run in indoor events.
“ MGXP2 takes our success in motorcycle video games to the next level, delivering the intense thrill of the sport with the realism of global motocross racing,” said Luisa Bixio, vice president, Milestone. “Motocross fans, racing video game players and casual players will embrace MGXP2 as a fast, action heavy and mud-flying experience.”
Among the game modes, story mode allows players to enter the circuits to be crowned international champion. The complete set includes Romain Febvre 2015, Ryan Villopto and eight-time world champion Tony Cairoli.
With a total of 18 circuits of the 2015 FIM World Motorcross Championship, players will compete around the world, including the United States, Mexico, Argentina, Italy, Germany, France, Spain, Qatar and Thailand.
The game includes Patagonian Argentina MXGP circuit, awarded best circuit in its debut in 2015. Located in the Rugby Club Predio The Coihues, designed by Lucas De la Fuente, a former motocross rider. The land and its innovative design will give players the opportunity to experience the true emotions of motocross.
“Thanks to new technologies and precise work alongside our references, we were able to achieve better visual fidelity of the tracks and racers. This trailer represents the artistic work that have been working for this year. “Elisa says Consolini, leading artist of Milestone. “The high quality of textures placed in the 3D models runners and tracks, complemented by a sensational job in replicating the shapes of the tracks and, without neglecting the excellent lighting effects, offer a pleasant experience for all players. “concludes Consolini.
MXGP2 will be available in stores for a suggested retail price of $ 59.99 USD.