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MotoGP 21 Gameplay Video - Portimao

MotoGP 21 Gameplay

MotoGP 21

MotoGP 21 Gameplay Video - Portimao

Milestone hosted their MotoGP 21 livestream earlier today, providing details on the upcoming game and showing off some new gameplay footage from Portimao. If you missed the stream, you can watch the archived video here.

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.

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  1. Richzilla
    I'm going to pick it up for the PS5.
    49 dollar price point is pretty decent for a new PS5 release.

    Wow..it's 70E over here... what a joke.
    I went with GP20 instead as it's 75% off currently..might pick this one up further down the road.
    NYJin2011tm
    Is there a trick to this game? I want to like this series but I stink and I mean I stink bad.

    The Moto GP series are not pick up and play games. You really have to put in countless hours of practice and laps to get better. Also in career you start of with bottom of the barrel bikes so you have to work towards getting better contracts with better teams. I love the challenge it brings. It is not an easy game but with some practice you will get better.
    vertman
    The Moto GP series are not pick up and play games. You really have to put in countless hours of practice and laps to get better. Also in career you start of with bottom of the barrel bikes so you have to work towards getting better contracts with better teams. I love the challenge it brings. It is not an easy game but with some practice you will get better.

    Is the Ride series any easier?
    NYJin2011tm
    Is the Ride series any easier?

    I felt like it was actually harder to control the bikes honestly . Did not like the handling in that game. Moto Gp felt more responsive once you get the hang of it. Have to get into a rhythm with the bikes and once you do it’s pretty damn enjoyable.
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    jr86
    Wow..it's 70E over here... what a joke.
    I went with GP20 instead as it's 75% off currently..might pick this one up further down the road.

    Wow that would be right around 84 USD.
    That's a huge price difference...insane.
    NYJin2011tm
    Is the Ride series any easier?

    I also struggle with the Moto GP games. Even on the easiest level I can't compete with the A.I. I do much better with the Ride games. I find the handling to be more forgiving and easier to control. I haven't played Ride 4 but I really liked 1 ,2 ,& 3.
    NYJin2011tm
    Is the Ride series any easier?

    Haven't played Moto 21 but after playing Moto 20 and Ride 4, I would say Moto 20 was a tad bit harder. The AI is very difficult. In Ride 4, if you are riding a naked bike or a lower powered bike it is easier to handle than any bike in the Moto game. But a sport bike in Ride 4 is tough when playing against the AI, even on Very Easy. Very Easy in this game is equivalent to the second hardest difficulty in any other racing game. Like someone said, their bike games take hours of practice.
    I have Ride 4 and it is tough enough I won't punish myself with Moto 21. These are the Dark Souls of racing games.

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