MotoGP 21: Milestone warms up, arriving in April also on PS5 and Xbox Series X / S

MotoGP 21: Milestone warms up, arriving in April also on PS5 and Xbox Series X / S

MotoGP 21

Milestone officially announces MotoGP 21, the new episode of the famous racing series arriving on 22 April on PlayStation 4, PlayStation 5, Xbox One, Xbox Series X | S, Nintendo Switch and PC via Steam and Epic Games Store.

Presenting the Official 2021 Season and enriched by the power of next-gen consoles, MotoGP21 is ready to shift gears and race at full speed, offering an unprecedented experience. A brand new progressive and strategic managerial career mode, smarter and more advanced neural AI and gameplay enhancements will increase the realism of the simulation and the immersive feeling of the players. This year, MotoGP looks more real than ever!

Milestone also unveils the first details on the next-gen version of MotoGP 21, with support for dynamic resolution up to 40fps and 60fps, improved load times and optimization for all the features of DualSense on PS5, including haptic feedback and adaptive triggers.

Finally, space also for ANNA, the revolutionary artificial intelligence developed by Milestone for the MotoGP series: "Our revolutionary AI based on machine learning is back with further improvements to race against opponents faster, smarter and more precise than ever, making the offline experience the same as a real race. "

At the opening you will find the MotoGP 21 debut trailer while at the bottom you can see the first screenshots of the game.






MotoGP 21 Announced, Launching in April

Milestone’s racing sim will have a new Managerial Career mode this year.

motogp 21

Milestone have announced MotoGP 21, the next instalment in their yearly bike racing sim franchise, and it seems this year’s game is going to come with plenty of major improvements. The first and biggest of these looks to be the new Managerial Career mode, which will task players with building and managing their own teams whilst customizing their bikes.

The experience boasts several elements that promise to provide an engaging managing experience, including the Personal Manager, who will lead the staff and help riders look for new contracts; the Data Analyst, who will be crucial in identifying the key areas for further research and development; and the Chief Engineer, who will help earn Research Points either weekly or during Free Practice sessions. Players will be responsible for making the right recruitments on all levels, from promising young riders to a Team Manager to a Technical Director, while also engaging with establishing a Junior Team and customizing and upgrading bikes.

Several gameplay improvements have also been confirmed, including revisions made to the bike suspension system to make it more realistic, long lap penalties, keeping an eye on brake temperatures, and perhaps the most intriguing of all, a bike retrieval mechanic- which means you will now manually have to retrieve your bike every time you fall off, rather than automatically respawning on the track.

And of course, Milestone are also promising further improvements to their machine learning AI system, dubbed ANNA, which will supposedly make for “faster, smarter and more accurate opponents than ever.” Meanwhile, the developer also has plans for several post-launch updates. “MotoGP 21 will only get bigger and better over the months thanks to some new content that will be introduced through patches,” the developer writes in the announcement press release. “Day one is only the beginning of the race!”

As you’d expect, MotoGP 21 is going to be a cross-gen release, and on the newer consoles, it will sport various enhancements. On both the PS5 and Xbox Series X, the game will run at a dynamic 4K resolution at 60 frames per second, in addition to featuring faster load times and enhanced lighting. Meanwhile, on the PS5, support for the DualSense’s haptic feedback and adaptive triggers has also been confirmed

MotoGP 21 is out on April 22 for PS5, Xbox Series X/S, PS4, Xbox One, Nintendo Switch, and PC.

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