If you are into the dirt bike racing games or bike racing games in general, 2018 is your year. Anticipated titles including MotoGP 18, Ride 3, and MXGP Pro are releasing this year by a single developer, Milestone SRL.

Speaking off the most anticipated one among these, MXGP Pro is going to be one helluva game. It is mainly based on the motocross theme. To add more hype to it, the developers have released a fresh gameplay footage of MXGP Pro:

What Can You Expect Out of MXGP Pro?

In the list of updated features, we have:

  • Deeper customization
  • Tighter controls
  • More realistic physics
  • An expanded open-world-style training area

Here’s something from the game officials that further describes the game.

MXGP Pro lets you create your rider and climb the ranks in Career mode. Jump into the Compound, a bigger, wider training area with different terrain conditions. Test your skills facing 30 different challenges: a dedicated game mode to learn step by step the best motocross techniques in the most realistic way.

After MXGP 3, we spent months and months reading all community’s feedback, which resulted in Pro Physics. Among all the player requests, there were a few constant things: free, realistic whips; more in-air control; ruts that influence how you take corners; clutch control for super-fast starts. Expect lots of features to increase realism: hard landings on short jumps, more seat bouncing, suspensions that actually matter. Beware, though, with all this realism the whole thing will be a lot more challenging as well!

While so many of the game players blame the developers to be producing almost the same kind of content over and over again, the MXGP developers are off the view that changing it might change the theme of a dirt racing game.
Still, Milestone might be making some changes to the game this year. Here’s a trailer showcasing the game’s new Unreal-Engine-4-powered visuals

Nintendo exempts Fortnite players from Switch Online's paygate!

The MGXP Pro will be out for PC, Xbox One, and PS4 simultaneously on June 29.