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Monster Energy Supercross - The Official Videogame - Championship Trailer

Monster Energy Supercross - The Official Videogame

Monster Energy Supercross - The Official Videogame - Championship Trailer

Check out the new Monster Energy Supercross – The Official Videogame championship trailer. The game is scheduled to arrive for PlayStation 4, Xbox One and PC on February 13th, 2018 and released later for Nintendo Switch.

Take part in an epic journey through the best Supercross championship ever: your own. This journey starts from the Angel Stadium in Anaheim, with legendary 450SX riders like Chad Reed, Cooper Webb, Ryan Dungey, Marvin Musquin and Ken Roczen ready to race for the top of the leaderboard. After dropping the gate in Anaheim, 250SXE riders take the scene in Lucas Oil Stadium in Indianapolis: Adam Cianciarulo comes out of the group, leading the wild bunch against Joey Savargy. While 450SX continue their battle in Minneapolis at U.S. Bank Stadium, athletes from 250SXW are racing at the University of Phoenix Stadium in Arizona. The track of Daytona, in Florida, is the next challenge for 450SX, with the rainy weather making their race competitive like never before. The competition ends in Las Vegas, at Sam Boyd Stadium, with finalists cutting the finish line.

Read more about the game at the official website.

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  1. It’s MXGP gameplay  supercrossed from what I understand.  That’s what makes me excited. MXGP2 and 3 are really fun games so I’m pretty sure this one will be even better having fully licenced super cross as it’s setting.
    CujoMatty
    It’s MXGP gameplay *supercrossed from what I understand. *That’s what makes me excited. MXGP2 and 3 are really fun games so I’m pretty sure this one will be even better having fully licenced super cross as it’s setting.

    I'm not a huge Supercross fan; I far prefer outdoor motocross. But I'm interested in this game because it's built on the same engine as MXGP3, one of the most enjoyable racing games I've played this year.
    Looking forward to this, got MXGP2 but haven't picked up 3 yet but will be getting this one.
    Also I hope Tomac is in it as I have followed him for the last couple of years.

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