03:43 PM - February 8, 2014 by Steve_OS
Milestone has posted a new gameplay video and screenshots from MXGP The Official Motocross Game. These showcase track soil deformation and the first-person view.
Check out the press release below.
Tracks soil deformation, First-Person View and all the adrenaline of MXGP
Milestone, one of the most recognized racing videogame developers and publishers for videogame consoles and Windows® PC, has released the second gameplay video of MXGP - The Official Motocross Videogame. This new exciting videogame is based on the official FIM Motocross World Championship and it will be available on 28th March 2014 on PlayStation®3, PlayStation®Vita, Xbox 360® video game and entertainment systems from Microsoft and Windows PC®.
The new gameplay video features Evgeny Bobryshev at Valkenswaard (the Netherlands). This video aims to show two main key points of MXGP’s development: Track Soil Deformation and First-Person View. Firstly, the video highlights how the surface in MXGP’s game changes. This feature allows ‘track soil deformation’ to be selected, resulting in track condition changes race by race. This will ideally make the game more challenging, competitive and realistic. The second feature shown in this gameplay video is the first person view that drives the player deep into the games’ dynamics, increasing the visual perception of the track’s ruts and jumps. These two main features, including the already announced separate analog sticks and loyal artistic direction, turn MXGP into the only game capable of delivering the authentic Motocross experience.
MXGP features all the riders, teams, bikes and rules from the official MXGP 2013 calendar including a redesigned career mode designed to simulate the lifestyle of a MXGP racer.
Developed by Milestone Studio, MXGP, The Official Motocross Videogame will be available on 28th March 2014 on PlayStation®3, PlayStation®Vita, Xbox 360® and Windows PC®.