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Developer: Milestone S.r.l.
Content Rating: Everyone
Journey back to the track with MXGP Pro, the official videogame. Become a Motocross legend with the most authentic experience yet, and test your racing skills against a reimagined AI system that will challenge players like never before. Responding to community feedback, players will experience a completely redesigned physics system for enhanced realism of bike performance and rider feel - further delivering a more genuine, simulative experience. Who needs a mechanic when you can strip down and build up your bike as you please? Customize every single parameter of your bike, from throttle mapping down to the brakes, all based on real values and metrics. New to MXGP Pro is an open Motocross training facility known as The Compound. Featuring a bigger landscape, players will be able to explore freely and train from the pros with all-new challenges designed for complete mastery of the sport. MXGO Pro is motocross racing with a completely new soul!
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Saying that Milestone need to take a step back with its dirt bike games and rework everything is becoming as tired a statement as saying Telltale needs to use a new engine. But it remains true yet again with MXGP Pro. A very slight improvement over MXGP 3, but a noticeable step back from Monster Energy Supercross, MXGP Pro is largely a spectacular disaster. It gets a couple things right, and offers a new slate of tracks to race on, but you’ll be too busy slamming your head into a wall to really notice.
MXGP Pro is the best of Milestone's Motocross series of games, that much is certain. It doesn't differ too much from their previous Supercross title, which is a negative, but certainly offers their best outing on two wheels so far.
But that feeling only lasts until you’re accelerating out of the final corner like you’ve done sixty times without issue in this event and your bike decides for no reason at all to rear up like freakin’ Seabiscuit, throwing you to the ground an inch from the finishing line. At that point, the promising feeling drips away, and you start to think that given this is the 15th racing game Milestone has released on PS4 in four years, we could be in for a real treat when they slow down and actually finish one.