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Ducati 90th Anniversary The Official Videogame Arrives in June

Ducati and Milestone, the biggest names in Italy as far as motorcycles and video games go, respectively, join hands in delivering a new title dedicated to the fans and enthusiasts of the bikes that bear the Borgo Panigale badge.
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Scheduled for official debut this June, the "Ducati - 90th Anniversary The Official Videogame" will bring together the most iconic Ducati models and tracks for a gaming experience that will delight gamers of all ages.

Ducati entrusted Milestone with the development of the "Ducati - 90th Anniversary The Official Videogame" because this Italian house has a huge expertise in the field. We remind you that titles such as Ride, MotoGP series, MXGP series, Sebastien Loeb Rally Evo, or Valentino Rossi The Game are also Milestone creations, so Ducati's choice is quite easy to understand.

The game will sport no less than 39 bike models, and Ducati says that 29 of these "have never before been seen in this context, divided into 7 eras, from the 1950’s to the latest, high-performance Bologna-built bikes."

Gamers will be able to enjoy bikes ranging from the 1958 125 Desmo to 1970 500 Pantah, as well as some of the most iconic naked Monsters, and the exclusive 2014 1199 Panigale Superleggera. Of course, the Desmosecidici GP15 of Andrea Iannone could not miss from the game.

"Ducati - 90th Anniversary The Official Videogame" will have you racing on five road tracks (Stelvio Park, Kanto Temples, Sierra Nevada, French Riviera, and North Wales) and no less than eight faithfully reproduced race circuits: Imola, Potrero de Los Funes, Almeria, Road America, Magny Cours, Donington, and Sugo.

As a bonus, gamers will also be able to race virtually at the Misano World Circuit “Marco Simoncelli” which is, for the first time ever, included in a video game. Another premiere is the Ducati Museum section of the game, "a space entirely dedicated to those fans and enthusiasts who wish to discover all the technical and historical details and interesting facts that have made each of the bikes so famous, bikes that have contributed to writing the best and most unforgettable pages of Ducati’s history."

For more info, follow Ducati and Milestone on Facebook or the official YouTube channel. You can also check hashtag #DucatiVideogame or visit the site www.ducati.ridevideogame.com.

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