With MXGP 3 coming out this Spring on PC, Playstation 4, and Xbox One, Milestone has revealed four MXGP 3 features that you should know. Let’s take a look at them.
MXGP 3 now runs in Unreal Engine 4, which gives players a more dynamic and more enjoyable gaming experience. Aside from stunning and realistic visuals, the game now also includes unpredictable, dynamic weather systems. From sunlight, to rain, you name it, MXGP 3 has it. Of course the weather also has its impact on the ground, and Milestone has added dynamic ground deformations which transform when it rains, or when it’s dry. Another thing to get excited about is that motorcycle engine sounds are now added, giving you a more realistic feel.
All official tracks from the 2016 season is included in the game, giving players a chance to “relive the Motocross of Nations experience.”
Fans have been asking for 2-stroke bikes, and Milestone has happily obliged! MXGP3 features 10 different 2-stroke bikes which are available on all game modes.
Here’s a full list of these bikes:
– KTM 250 SX
– KTM 125 SX
– Husqvarna TC 250
– Husqvarna TC 125
– Honda CR250R
– TM MX 250
– TM MX 125
– Yamaha YZ250
– Yamaha YZ125
– Kawasaki KX 125
Yes, MXGP 3 features a Career Mode which includes all “official MXGP and MX2 2016 riders, the official tracks, including the MXoN, both in offline and online modes.”
All these, and more, are in store for you when you play MXGP 3! We’re yet to get our hands on a release date, but we’ll surely keep you updated once we get all the details on its release.
This MXGP 3 gameplay video shows just how much this installment of the MXGP series has improved in terms of visuals. Watch it now!