After much waiting, MotoGP 21 has finally arrived.
One of the new features in MotoGP 21 is Managerial Mode. This is arguably the biggest change from last year's MotoGP 20, but what exactly does it bring to the table?
We've got everything you need to know about Managerial Mode right here!
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Excitingly, MotoGP 21 is now in stores and available for purchase. Of course, we had to let you know what we think of the game also!
With the title being perfect for new and existing fans alike, Milestone have made a real winner with their latest game.
A truly MotoGP experience
Managerial Career will allow you to manage a Grand Prix motorcycle team and take them to the top of MotoGP. Wherever you choose to start, even if it's all the way down in Moto3, you can make it to the top of the tree.
The most rewarding type of Career Mode playthrough in the MotoGP games is to start at the very bottom of Moto3 and work yourself up to the become champion in MotoGP.
As good as that has been to carry out as a driver, you will now be able to do so as a team boss, just like in F1 2020's My Team mode.
Hiring and firing
A key part of your rise through the two-wheeled formulae will be ensuring you have the right staff onboard and in the right places.
While you chose some staff members within your team in MotoGP 20, the level of control you have in MotoGP 21 is a step above.
The personnel you choose include:
Personal Manager: They lead the staff, helping riders to look for new, prestigious contracts from the best teams in the championship.
Chief Engineer: Works to increase Research Points, which are earned weekly or during Free Practice sessions.
Data Analyst: In charge of finding the perfect balance for each development area to progress, in order to make all the staff effective and dynamic.
Team Manager: They will look for new sponsorship and riders.
Technical Director: who manages the Research and Development department for junior bikes.
Lastly, but most importantly, you'll have to hire the best riders you can to ensure you get the results you want out on track.
Research and development is vital to staying ahead of the competition in motorsport and MotoGP is no exception.
When it comes to R&D, you'll be able to set the direction you want to go down to improve your bike.
You can improve the Engine Power, Aerodynamics and Frame of the bike. Most importantly though, you can also improve the electronic aids such as Traction Control, Brake, Anti Wheelie and Power Mapping.
MotoGP 21 release date
Milestone's new title will arrive on 22 April.
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