08:30 AM - April 28, 2015 by Steve_OS
Check out the latest MotoGP 15 trailer, featuring Gran Premi Monster Energy De Catalunya (Catalunya), Motul Grand Prix of Japan (Motegi) and Gran premio Movistar de Aragňn (Aragňn).
The game is scheduled to release in the Spring for PlayStation 4, PlayStation 3, Xbox One, Windows PC, Steam and Xbox 360. Read the full press release below.
Milestone s.r.l. releases the second video for MotoGP™15, the third chapter in the series dedicated to one of the most adrenaline-fuelled championships in the world: MotoGP™. The video shows Gran Premi Monster Energy de Catalunya – Catalunya –,Motul Grand Prix of Japan – Motegi and Gran Premio Movistar de Aragón – Aragón, with a revamped graphics that shows its best on the new console generation. The title will be available in June 2015 – on PlayStation®4, PlayStation®3, Xbox One, Windows PC, Steam, Xbox 360.
CATALUNYA CIRCUIT: The Circuit de Catalunya opened on the doorstep of Barcelona in September 1991 and welcomed its first international event that same month, hosting the Spanish F1 Grand Prix. It went on to host the European Motorcycle Grand Prix and in 1995 became home to the Gran Premio de Catalunya. Considered to be one of the best designed circuits of the recent era, the Circuit de Catalunya won the much coveted IRTA ‘Best Grand Prix’ trophy for 2001 and has a general admission capacity of 104,000 spectators.
MOTEGI CIRCUIT: Located amongst the vast natural beauty of the northern Kanto district, the twin ring circuit at Motegi in Japan consists of a 1.5 mile oval and a 2.9 mile road course constructed to international standards. Built by Honda as the ultimate test facility in August 1997, the road circuit became home to MotoGP in 2000 whilst the oval is designed to introduce American motorsports culture to the country.
ARAGÓN CIRCUIT: An ultra-modern facility, MotorLand Aragón had its roots firmly established thanks to a solid history of street racing in Alcańiz, which hosted events between 1963 and 2003.
With support from local institutions, renowned German architect Hermann Tilke was commissioned to design the facility. The circuit, which is 5.077 km long and has 17 turns, was roundly praised by riders after its first Grand Prix in 2010, and it was rewarded with the IRTA Best Grand Prix of the Year award, the first time a circuit had received the prize in its debut year.