MXGP2 Video Game Trailer Goes Online, Game Expected in February 2016

Milestone announces the MXGP2 – The Official Motocross Videogame saying that the new title can be expected to surface in February next year. So far, we only have a very neat trailer to watch, even though it shows no scenes from the actual game itself.
MXGP2 video game announced 3 photos
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Still, if the animations we saw in the MXGP2 trailer are anything like what the game will be, then we might be looking at a very interesting piece of digital art and entertainment.

Truth be told, the animation showing the mechanical heart made from bike parts pulsating at the end of the trailer has already raised our pulse. Powered by petrol, bruised and battered, dirty and yet ready to rock'n'roll, this might very well be a very good short description for the upcoming MXGP2 game... and it makes us want to play it, already.

The game is based on the 2015 season

Like on other occasions and in other titles, the MXGP2 is based on the MX championship that ends before the game launch. This means the MXGP2 comes with the riders, teams and the circuits of the 2015 championship, but the MXGP2 brings many more extras.

One of the neatest things Milestone introduces with the new video game is rider and rider customization irrespective of what the real-world is like, plus events in indoor arenas. Even more, the Italian house says that MXGP2 will sport other new extras that will enhance the gaming experience and make it similar to how captivating the actual 2015 championship was.

The MXGP2 will of course, sport a career mode, with both online and offline modes that will expand the virtual dirt-racing universe to new boundaries. The game will be released for "Xbox One, the all-in-one games and entertainment system, PlayStation4, and Windows PC/STEAM."

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