MotoGP 24: Everything you need to know

MotoGP 24 everything you need to know
Credit: Milestone

MotoGP 24 everything you need to know
Credit: Milestone

MotoGP 24 is the official video game of the 2024 MotoGP season and we've got everything you need to know about it right here!

MotoGP 24 was officially revealed in March and there were more details about the game's gameplay confirmed after. MotoGP 24 is out now and we're really impressed!

That's good news as well, as Milestone has an agreement with MotoGP running until at least 2026. So, here's everything you need to know from the 2024 MotoGP game.

Latest news: 2024 Moto2 & Moto3 Added

MotoGP 24's latest update has added the 2024 Moto2 and Moto3 bikes into the game. Update 1.05 is a small one, but it packs a big punch in terms of the impact it'll make on the MotoGP 24 experience.

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The full roster of Moto2 and Moto3 bikes for the 2024 season have been added to the game. This means that the start to your MotoGP 24 Career save will be even closer to real-life than ever before!

MotoGP 24 Review

The wait for MotoGP 24 is over! This year's official MotoGP introduces several new features including a long-requested rider transfer system and Stewards plus more accessible bike handling.

Is this enough to warrant upgrading from MotoGP 23? Find out in our MotoGP 24 review.

Beginner's Guide

MotoGP games are notoriously tricky to get into, especially if you're new to bike games. MotoGP 24's bike handling is more accessible than ever but experienced riders can still brush up their skills.

Our MotoGP 24 beginner's guide has plenty of tips and tricks to help you become a MotoGP champion.

Setup guide

You can be the quickest rider on the grid, but you'll be at a disadvantage if your bike isn't set up correctly. Thankfully, our ultimate MotoGP 24 setup guide will help you beat even the fastest AI and online riders with tips on the best setup options to use for different tracks and how they affect the bike.

Riders Market

One of MotoGP24's main headline features is the new Riders Market. Like in the real-life championship, riders can transfer to other teams, so you'll need to fight to keep your current seat or find a new one.

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In the real championship, Marc Marquez left Honda for Gresini Ducati in the 2024 season, and MotoGP 24 will simulate these shock transfers. This means every season can start with a different rider roster, a welcome addition that will make every season unpredictable.


Official Stewards also make their series debut in MotoGP 24. A long-requested feature, Stewards will monitor the race and timed sessions, penalizing you and AI riders for breaking the track rules.

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These will range from simple Warnings, Long Lap and Time Penalties, to Let Pass orders for unfair overtakes. Milestone says the Riders Market and Stewards will provide “the most dynamic career mode developed in a MotoGP game."

"Substantial improvements" for physics and AI

On the track, players will notice "substantial improvements" to the physics and AI. A new electronic tuning system will improve the power delivery on corner entries and exits to better “control rear wheel slip and the bike's tendency to wheelie,” while the tyre compounds will feel more distinct.

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A new adaptive difficulty system will also adjust the difficulty of opponents based on the player’s performance, making MotoGP 24 more accessible for everyone.

LiveGP Championships

MotoGP 24 has introduced a new LiveGP Championships multiplayer mode. Players will race in seasons featuring a certain number of LiveGPs, with players climbing the championship leaderboard by scoring points at each LiveGP.

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Crossplay support is also confirmed for PlayStation and Xbox, enabling players to race each online across both platforms. However, the PC and Nintendo Switch versions won’t support crossplay.


You can watch the announcement trailer for MotoGP 24 below:

Riders and Teams

As the official game of the 2024 MotoGP season, it shouldn't come as a surprise that all of the teams, bikes and riders are officially licensed. That means that the entire 2024 MotoGP grid will be in MotoGP 24.

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With the first few rounds of the season completed, we've known the full grid for the 2024 season for some time now:

  • Aprilia Racing: Maverick Vinales & Aleix Espargaro
  • Trackhouse: Raul Fernandez & Miguel Oliveira
  • Ducati: Francesco Bagnaia & Enea Bastianini
  • Prima Pramac: Franco Morbidelli & Jorge Martin
  • Gresini Racing: Alex Marquez & Marc Marquez
  • Pertamina Enduro: Fabio Di Giannantonio & Marco Bezzecchi
  • LCR Honda: Johann Zarco & Takaaki Nakagami
  • Honda Team: Luca Marini & Joan Mir
  • GasGas: Pedro Acosta & Augusto Fernandez
  • KTM: Brad Binder & Jack Miller
  • Yamaha: Fabio Quartararo & Alex Rins

In addition to MotoGP, there is also the official rosters and bikes for the Moto2 & Moto3 support series.


The 2023 MotoGP calendar was a record-breaker in terms of length, but the 2024 schedule is even longer. 20 races was a record in 2023, but 2024 was set to have 22 Grands Prix.

However, since the season started, the Argentine GP has been canceled in 2024.

The 20 races from 2023 return, alongside the Kazakh Grand Prix, which was delayed to 2024 due to the circuit not being ready last year. The Aragon Grand Prix is also back after taking a hiatus in 2023.

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Here's the full 2024 calendar as it stands right now:

  1. Qatar: Lusail
  2. Portugal: Portimao
  3. Americas: Circuit of the Americas
  4. Spain: Jerez
  5. France: Bugatti Circuit, Le Mans
  6. Catalonia: Circuit de Barcelona-Catalunya
  7. Italy: Mugello
  8. Kazakhstan: Sokol
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  1. Dutch TT: Assen
  2. Germany: Sachsenring
  3. Britain: Silverstone
  4. Austria: Red Bull Ring
  5. Aragon: MotorLand
  6. San Marino: Misano
  7. India: Buddh International Circuit
  8. Indonesia: Mandalika
  9. Japan: Motegi
  10. Australia: Phillip Island
  11. Thailand: Chang
  12. Malaysia: Sepang
  13. Valencia: Circuit Ricardo Tormo

Historical Circuits

There are more circuits than just those on the upcoming calendar, though. "Historical Circuits" from seasons gone by are also available in MotoGP 24.

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The following should be included alongside the 21 from the 2024 calendar:

  • Termas (Argentina)
  • Donington Park (Britain)
  • Laguna Seca (USA)
  • Indianapolis (USA)
  • Brno (Czech Republic)
  • Estoril (Portugal)

Platforms, editions and price

MotoGP 24 is out on PC, PS5, PS4, Xbox Series X|S, Xbox One and Nintendo Switch. The digital console versions currently retail for £59.99 on PlayStation and Xbox. No deluxe edition has been announced.

On PC, MotoGP 24 is currently available for £44.99 on Steam.

Fans were wondering if this year's MotoGP game would launch on the last-gen systems as other developers started focusing on the current hardware.

Like last year's game, MotoGP 24 is out on PS4 and Xbox One as they are still very popular systems.

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Credit: Milestone

While Milestone's Hot Wheels Unleashed 2: Turbocharged and RIDE 5 were current-gen only, F1 24 is also coming to PS4 and Xbox One, so it's not surprising that MotoGP 24 isn't skipping the previous generation as well.

Are you enjoying MotoGP 24? Let us know what you think in the comments below!

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