MXGP Trailer Pits Gameplay vs Real Life

By Ashley Woodcock, 4 years ago
A new trailer has been released by game publisher PQube Games for the upcoming Milestone-developed MXGP - The Official Motocross Videogame. The video showcases a side-by-side comparison of what the game looks like compared to real-life.

Having watched the trailer, I couldn't help but notice that none of the riders were pulling off the scrub technique we'd covered recently, and the Monster Girl was nowhere to be seen! The comparison itself though is pretty impressive but there is one slight issue that will make spotting the game footage much easier. Can you tell what it is?

The latest screens we covered tore up soil on a Latvian Track. The 22 new screens take a ride round the Circuit of Teutschenthal (Germany). This circuit is a "hard pack track" and covers 1565 metres worth of ground. That's a hell of a lot of riding to do if you up the number of laps and will prove to be a challenge even for the experienced Motorcross riders. Check out the screens and enjoy!

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For those who can't get enough of the upcoming racer, be sure to check out pre-order details for some cool goodies to be had (for residents of the UK).

MXGP The Official Motocross Videogame remains set for release on March 28th 2014 for Europe. Unfortunately, other regions still remain without a confirmed release date.
Ashley Woodcock
Written by Ashley Woodcock
Assistant News Manager for TrueAchievements and member of the Newshounds team since 2010. Lover of completions, tough achievements, shooters, action, adventure and racing titles, hip-hop, Wu-Tang, NBA, and my Scooby. I can be found working on the never-ending backlog which you can see my progress on via my TA blog.