After months of waiting, fans finally have some MotoGP 21 news!
Milestone has broken their long silence and given gamers the info they need. So, when can you expect to get your hands on MotoGP 21?
Milestone announces MotoGP 21 release date
The next instalment of the ultimate bike racing franchise will release on 22 April!
On the new consoles the game promises dynamic resolution up to 4K as well as 60 FPS.
Milestone is also bringing the game to Nintendo Switch and PC via both Steam and Epic Games Store!
Along with the release date and console confirmations comes a heart-pounding trailer.
Tame the beast. And then be the best... What a tag line!
With in-game footage from MotoGP 21 as well it is everything we need to get hyped for the new game.
MotoGP 21 is set to introduce a new edition of Managerial Career that allows players to dive deeper into the world of MotoGP management.
There will be new features both on and off track for players to explore.
The Personal Manager leads the staff, helping riders to look for new, prestigious contracts from the best teams in the championship. At their side the Chief Engineer is working for increasing Research Points, earned weekly or during Free Practice sessions.
Last but not least, the Data Analyst is in charge of finding the perfect balance for each development area to progress, in order to make all the staff effective and dynamic.
Those elements have been added aiming to create the deepest and most complete career experience ever. And what about starting from the bottom with a Junior Team?
Well, the path will be harder but at the same time more personal. Hiring the right people is always fundamental for success, starting from the Team Manager, who will look for new sponsorship and riders.
All the way up to the Technical Director who manages the R&D department for junior bikes. Of course, don’t forget to hire a rider, a talented young star to lead the team to the top of the ladder.
There are also some additional gameplay features coming into MotoGP 21. With a new bike retrieval sequence and full brake temperatures too.
There is also a long lap penalty system, while the suspension system has been revised and refined as well!
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