MotoGP 21 Xbox Series X: Milestone brings new title to Microsoft’s powerful new console
The new game is just around the corner, and will be a full release on the new hardware.
The new season of MotoGP is underway, and the official game, MotoGP 21, will land soon.
With the game launching for both current and last-gen, all fans of the franchise will be happy.
With that in mind, we’ve got everything you need to know about MotoGP 21 on Series X right here!
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There is no delay for the new consoles. MotoGP 21 will be available on the Xbox Series X on 22 April, the same release date as every other platform.
Despite only being released in November, there have already been major racing game releases on Series X. The biggest arguably being WRC 9, which was released for old-gen before being a day one next-gen title.
Similarly, DIRT 5 was also released on Series X on the first day of its availability.
We’re excited to get hands on with the game now that we know when it’s coming out.
What about the last console gen?
Despite the fact that the Xbox One was released in late-2013 and the first MotoGP game on the system was MotoGP 15, MotoGP 21 will be launching on the Xbox One.
Obviously, don’t expect the same performance as those on next-gen hardware.
However, it is good news for those still on last-gen, as they too can jump on to the game come April!
What will the Series X bring to MotoGP 21?
Anybody that has been fortunate enough to experience the Series X will know how much of an upgrade it is over the One. The console is graphically stunning, making full use of 4K resolution.
The picture isn’t the only improved factor, as frame rates will also be higher than before. With the increased processing power too, games will run much more consistently as well.
Milestone have been consistently producing great motorbike games and we know MotoGP 21 will continue that trend!
Xbox gamers will be able to experience MotoGP 21, but they may have to wait an extra year until it comes to Microsoft’s next-gen system.