MotoGP 15 Slightly Delayed, Now Coming On June 24th

Milestone announced today that MotoGP 15 has a new release date and will be available on June 24th. The game was originally planned for a June 19th release, but was delayed almost a week. PQube and Milestone did not reveal the reasons behind this delay.

MotoGP 15 will let players customize their bike, rider, and team, and will offer more than 100 accessories available for purchase.

The game will feature an enhanced career mode, now fully integrated with the customisation features.

“Once you have created your rider (name, face and principal physical characteristics) you start out on the road to becoming world champion. You’ll start racing as a Wild Card and subsequently you’ll be able to negotiate your future career by choosing one of the official teams participating in the 2015 championship, or choosing sponsors to race with your own Private Team, taking to the track alongside the existing teams. Negotiations hinge on your performance during races, meaning your customisation options and resulting appearance are directly linked to your in-game objectives.”

MotoGP 15 will also introduce a new game-mode: Beat the Time. In this new race players are assigned a specific bike on a specific circuit. Riders from the different classes featured in the game have set records on that circuit and on that bike. Your aim is to beat that record.

Other new features for MotoGP 15 include the introduction of the two-stroke bikes that made MotoGP history, all the teams, riders and bikes from the 2015 season, and Real Events from the 2014 season, for a complete experience that is unique in its genre.

Enjoy!

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