Moto Racer 4 Releasing Next Week

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The cold season is coming in, and for some motorcyclists, this means kissing their bikes good night and covering them up inside a cozy garage preferably. What’s left to do now? Playing motorcycle videogames of course! And fortunately, we have another one on the list - Moto Racer 4.
Made by Artefacts Studios, Motor Racer returns for its fourth installment now, offering a more arcade experience to its stablemate, Ride. If the latter can be considered the Gran Turismo of the bike world, well, Moto Racer is more like Need For Speed or Flatout.

This means that the game looks awesome but turns the knob down on accurate physics for more fun. It features crazy traffic obstacles, mad jumps, many types of bikes and characters to keep you happy during the long winter nights.

Even more, the game is separated into asphalt and dirt modes, each available for both single player and multiplayer sessions of up to 10 gamers. Customize and upgrade your bikes, progress through the stunning environments ranging from the US to Asia and master drifting, wheelies and sharp turns to earn a place on the podium.

Obstacles, hell-bent opponents, traffic and the police will get in your way to try and stop the madness. Go off road and use each course’s unique features to your advantage to find the best shortcuts and win.

The game will be out next week, November 4th, being available for PC, Playstation, and xBox. It costs €30 and also comes with VR support, which should make it even more interesting. Early birds will be rewarded with a new rider, bikes, two exclusive horns and one emblem.

Not in the mood for racing, but still want to play motorcycle related games? Apart from Ride 2 and Moto Racer 4, you can also try out Grand Theft Auto’s Online mode which recently gained the Bikers Club update. This adds a lot of different new motorcycles, tons of tuning options as well as the possibility to form motorcycle gangs and fight for territory, sell drugs and weapons.

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