Milestone has announced the development of MotoGP 13 for Xbox 360, Playstation 3, PC and PS Vita. The game gets a new engine and includes all the tracks and riders of the 2013 season. More details and a teaser inside.
The MotoGP™ 2013 season becomes a videogame. Enjoy the experience of Milestone’s MotoGP™13 game next year, available for PlayStation®3, Xbox360®, Windows PC and PlayStation Vita®
14th January 2013, Milan – Milestone, one of the most recognized racing videogame developers and publishers for consoles and Windows PC, is proud to announce the development of the next release of one of the best-loved videogame franchises ever: MotoGP™13, which comes out in 2013.
Speed. Emotion. Innovation. The full 2013 MotoGP™ season. Graphical excellence. The essential elements mixed with an adrenaline-fueled experience will characterize the brand new MotoGP™13, re-invented by Milestone. With genre-leading redesigned graphics, Milestone’s new project will bring players into the 2013 championship through the eyes of a real MotoGP™ rider. The main game modes are: Official MotoGP will additionally offer players the opportunity to experience the 2013 Worldwide Championship, try the exclusive IRTA Test or prove their ability in a Quick Race. Career, the newly revamped career mode, will put gamers into the shoes of the riders, as it runs from first until the final race of the season. This particular game-mode will mix-in third and first person elements as well. Multiplayer will re-create exciting events – inspired by reality – to MotoGP™’s classic elements, that will keep fans glued to their sofa.
MotoGP™13 will include all the tracks and riders of the 2013 MotoGP season. The game will also include a new engine, which will allow to Milestone to manage all the elements such as graphics, physics, bikes, environment modeling and in-game sound.
“We’re very proud to announce MotoGP™13. After four years, we’ve have the license again in our hands and we’d like to put all the expertise we have developed during this time into the game. This new project will offer players the chance to experience a brand new MotoGP game that will include the most-loved features plus brand new ones”, said Luisa Bixio, Milestone Marketing and Sales Director.
Pau Serracanta, Managing Director, Commercial Department, Dorna Sports, commented: "The new version of the official MotoGP game for 2013 only serves to reaffirm Milestone as a leading company in its field. Thanks to its vast experience and efforts throughout the year we have been able to reach the point where we can proudly announce the launch of the game. We have been working together at every one of the MotoGP™ circuits to bring across every image, sound and feel in the most realistic way. Milestone also brought in the riders to participate in the design of game and give their views, which means the fans will be able to enjoy a gaming experience of the highest level."
Developed by Milestone studio, MotoGP™13 is scheduled for release in 2013 for Xbox 360® video game and entertainment system from Microsoft, PlayStation®3, Windows PC and PlayStation Vita®.
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