Black Bean Games has just announced SBK 2011, scheduled for a May 2011 release on PS3, PC and Xbox 360. The game is still developed by Milestone and promises, as usual, a lot of improvements. First images and press release after the click.
Press release :
London, 30th November 2010 – Leading publisher Black Bean Games proudly announced today that a new exclusive SBK® videogame is being developed by its in-house racing team, Milestone Studios, in order to deliver the ultimate bike racing game available on the current generation consoles. SBK®2011 is scheduled for release in May 2011 for PlayStation®3, Xbox360® and PC.
Following the successful International launch of the award-winning SBK®X, both Black Bean Games and Milestone are looking forward to setting a new standard in the bike racing genre, with tons of graphics and gameplay improvements.
SBK®2011 will feature a brand new artistic direction, an up-to-date driving model to meet the gamers expectations following the most accurate feedback collected so far on the web, as well as a more appealing presentation and side effects, due to an overall enhancement of the whole visual impact (menus, environments, 3D objects, lighting effects and much, much more). A simple side-by-side comparison with SBK®X will allow the major improvements to stand out.
As regards to the official content available on launch day, SBK 2011 will deliver the entire official package of the next Championship Season: all classes, all riders and all tracks from the 2011 roster.
The adrenaline will be the only element you won’t be able to master… The rest is just a matter of riding skills!
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