MXGP – The Official Motocross Videogame Releases On March 28th

PQube and Milestone announced that MXGP: The Official Motocross Videogame will be available in the UK on the 28th March 2014 for PS3, PSVita, X360 and PC.

MXGP: The Official Motocross Videogame is the official game of the World Motocross Championship – authentically simulating the emotion, the mud, the amazing jumps and fierce competition of this incredible sport.

Including a redesigned career mode, MXGP features all the riders, teams, bikes and rules from the official MXGP 2013 calendar.

Luisa Bixio, Marketing and Sales Director at Milestone, said:

“MXGP, The Official Motocross Videogame represents the return of Motocross for Milestone. This new rebranding brings a host of new features that we will unveil during the coming months – additions we’re sure Motocross fans will be ecstatic about. Once again MXGP will be characterized by Milestone’s dedication to delivering a realistic simulation that’s loyal to the license and to its fans.”

Giuseppe Luongo, President of Youthstream, added:

“Youthstream is delighted to renew our agreement with MILESTONE for the new edition of MXGP, THE OFFICIAL MOTOCROSS VIDEO GAME. Motocross is a fantastic sport; spectacular, extreme and exhilarating – perfect material racing game. This new installment will mirror the reality of the sport like never before, allowing players to truly experience the unique magic of MXGP.”

Enjoy!

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