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MX vs ATV All Out - 2020 AMA Pro Motocross Championship DLC Available Today

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MX vs ATV All Out - 2020 AMA Pro Motocross Championship DLC Available Today

Rainbow Studios and MX Sports have released their MX vs ATV All Out – 2020 AMA Pro Motocross Championship DLC pack on PC, PlayStation 4 and Xbox One for $19.99. The DLC features 12 official tracks from the 2020 AMA Pro Championship Season, plus Loretta Lynn’s.

The DLC tracks will unlock every week and be made available in Free Ride, and all other race modes.

 

Here’s the Season Pass release schedule.

Track Release Date
Hangtown May 21
Southwick May 28
High Point June 4
Florida June 11
Thunder Valley June 18
RedBud June 25
Loretta Lynn’s July 2
Budds Creek July 16
Unadilla July 23
Ironman Raceway June 30
Spring Creek August 6
Washougal August 13

The Fox Raceway track will also be available as a bonus, included in the DLC pack, during the fall.

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  1. I bought this game on sale because I'm a huge MX / SX fan. Playing this game after playing Milestones games shows you just how bad it is. The entire handling and physics model is a joke. Save your money, MX vs ATV has been total trash since Reflex , that was the last decent game they put out.
    The MX / SX games Milestone is making are light years ahead of these guys. Supercross 3 and MXGP 2019 are both excellent. If you want to play a great Motocross game those are the games you want.
    I had a quick question if anyone is still in the know on this title...
    In October 2020 a 3rd version of this game was released...the 2020 Pro Nationals Edition (it has the Lucas Oil badge on the front cover).  
    Would this include the DLC from the Anniversary edition as well?  I grabbed a copy at Walmart for $29.99 but haven't opened it yet.  Just wondering if it has all DLC on the disk. 
    Not sure about that, sounds like it's the Pro Motocross add on plus the regular game. I was tough on this game , I'm re-downloading it now to see if my opinion has changed. I'm hoping I like it becuase I would love to race the outdoor national tracks.
    That's what my guess is, but if I open it I'll be sure to post back. Funny because there's no mention of this edition on the THQ or Rainbow websites. It just shows up at Amazon (with a release date of 10/5/2020) and I picked mine up at Walmart. Also saw the Anniversary edition for $19.99 on clearance at Walmart.
    Both editions have different barcodes but the copyright date on the AMA edition is 2020 and the Anniversary edition is 2019. The AMA edition claims to have "all the tracks" from the game but doesn't specify the term "DLC."
    If the AMA edition doesn't have any other DLC then the Anniversary edition is a better buy. But the AMA edition may have more patches and updates on the disk. Funny how this game was Xbox One X Enhanced but not PS4 Pro Enhanced. I'm on PS4.
    Just debating whether picking this up (with the DLC for around $50 total) to have the gameplay variety or just buying Monster Energy S4.
    Probably thinking way too hard about this but hey, having fun lol.
    I emailed Rainbow and heard back from the community manager who told me the 3 dlc on the anniversary edition are not on the 2020 Pro edition...but all of the 2020 pro tracks are on the Pro Edition disk. So it's cheaper to get the Anniversary edition for $20 and maybe buy the Pro tracks later on.
    Well I downloaded the game again and gave it another shot. It's just to unrealistic feeling to me. The bike handling is just a mess. Sure after a few races I can get used to it , but why would I want to?
    Funny thing is back when I gamed on my PC many many years ago , I was running windows 98 at the time, Rainbow Studios Motocross Madness 2 was a fantastic MX game, and years later even MX vs ATV reflex was great. That's why I don't understand what happened. Somehow they got off track and the games got more arcadey. Or it could just be that Rainbow are now all different people with a different vision?
    JMD
    Well I downloaded the game again and gave it another shot. It's just to unrealistic feeling to me. The bike handling is just a mess. Sure after a few races I can get used to it , but why would I want to?

    Haha yeah that was the exact same question I was asking myself 30 seconds in, especially since I've been on MXGP 2019 and the Milestone Monster Energy Supercross games the last few years.
    But ultimately for me I enjoyed the arcade change of pace, the ATV/UTVs, the diverse environments and all the options/gameplay modes (waypoint races, local multiplayer). It's a cartoony/arcade alternative that still allows me to enjoy the sport without the serious concentration and focus demanded by Milestone games. I love Gran Turismo Sport, but sometimes I just want to burn rubber in a Need for Speed game.
    The physics are way off comparing a supercross race on this game vs MESX3 or 4, but once I start hitting tricks and flying over small hills I forget about the serious grind of MESX.
    Lastly felt like I had to own the Ricky Carmichael compound lol.

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