MotoGP 18 Game Announced, Coming Out On June 7th

New game engine, more accurate tracks

Milestone has finally announced MotoGP 18, the annual tie-in to the premier motorcycle racing series. Unlike past games, MotoGP 18 will see a big revamp thanks to an engine switch to Unreal Engine 4. Not only does the developers promising better visuals, it will also bring in more accurate tracks thanks to drone scanning, 3D-scanned faces of riders and better demage modelling.

MotoGP 18 will also include all Moto2, Moto3 and Red Bull MotoGP Rookies Cup divisions and all of its official riders. So Malaysian fans can rep their countrymen scattered in the top three divisions. Or go in the career mode and go from the bottom of the class and make your way to MotoGP.

MotoGP 18 is set to be out on June 7th for the PS4, PC and Xbox One. But given past records from Milestone- Gravel was out a few weeks later in Asia and so was MotoGP 17, expect the PS4 release in Asia to be a bit later. The game will also be out on the Nintendo Switch at a later date.

Via Dark Side Of Gaming, GTPlanet

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