Milestone has posted another MotoGP 21 gameplay video today, detailing the bike retrieval feature. Basically, if you fall off your bike, you will have to track it down, get back on it and rejoin the race as fast as possible. Every second counts, no more automatic respawns.
MotoGP 21 is scheduled to release on April 22 for PlayStation 4, PlayStation 5, Xbox One, Xbox Series X|S, Nintendo Switch and PC.
If you missed our MotoGP 21 hands-on preview, make sure to read it here.
There is instantaneous feedback now with the new physics, and whether you’re approaching an S curve, a sweeping curve, or bunched up with a group of opponents, the MotoGP 21 lets you realize and understand if you’re being too aggressive, not being aggressive enough, or if you’ve nailed that turn perfectly.
Obviously, it’s early on and there’s still some tweaking that will take place regarding the bike’s physics. Even at this stage of development, there is a subtle but noticeable difference in the way the bikes handle overall while on the track, and it’s for the better.