MXGP Pro

MXGP Pro (PS4)

2018

System
PlayStation 4
Publisher
Milestone
Developer
Milestone

N/A

Game Rating

User Ratings: 1

Our Review: 3/10

Overview

Number of Players
Single Player
Genre
Racing
Release Date

PlayStation 4

  • 29th Jun 2018 (USA)
  • 29th Jun 2018 (UK/EU)
Series
MXGP
Tags
Motocross
Official Site
mxgpvideogame.com

Screenshots (4)

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Reviews

  • 18

    PS4

    Review MXGP Pro

    MXGP Con

    Milestone releases a large number of racing games every year. Some of them aren’t half bad, such as Gravel, while others, chiefly its motorcycle games, leave something to be desired. Unfortunately, MXGP Pro is one of the motorcycle games, and while this is nowhere near as bad as the absolute debacle that was MXGP 3, it’s a definite step...

About The Game

Go back to the track with the official MXGP videogame!

Live the motocross experience like a professional! Control your bike set-up like a real mechanic and prove what you know about suspension, brakes and throttle mapping to make your ride optimal and unique to you.

A new race AI recreates a true Motocross racing experience thanks to behaviours learned from real world competition. Meanwhile the physics engine has been completely reworked for a more integrated performance of bikes' and riders' movements, letting you experience an even more free, challenging and - most importantly - real gameplay experience.

Test your skills and improve your racing technique with 30 different challenges. A dedicated game mode will give you the chance to learn race-winning motocross techniques step-by-step and how to really make them yours. A bigger Compound and training area is waiting to be freely explored. Spend limitless hours on different terrain conditions, from the smoothest paths to the most rugged tracks. The dream place for all motocross lovers!

MXGP Pro features the complete 2017 Season. The tracks and the riders from the MXGP and MX2 have been reproduced 1:1 thanks to the brand-new photogrammetry system used to replicate the tracks and 3D scanning used on riders' faces.