I’ve been a fan of the MX vs. ATV series since I first played MX vs. ATV Untamed on Xbox 360 back in 2008, so I was sad to see the series hit a snag after THQ went under. Fortunately, THQ Nordic (then known as Nordic Games) was able to acquire the rights to the series and make sure its then-in development entry, MX vs ATV Supercross released in 2014 on Xbox 360 and PS3 and in 2015 on PS4 and Xbox One.
Today, developer Rainbow Studios and THQ Nordic revealed the next entry in the series – MX vs. ATV All Out – which is going to release on PC, PS4, and Xbox One in early 2018.
MX vs ATV All Out will include classic series features such as being able to choose between bikes, ATVs and UTVs, and ride around huge open worlds or partake in different game modes, including Supercross, Nationals, Opencross, Waypoint, and Tag. A new Freestyle mode has also been added, and tasks players to win by pulling off insane stunts with MX vs. ATV All Out’s newly refined stunt system.
Outside of races, players can go back to their private compound to customize their rider, upgrade their vehicles, and test said vehicles out in a private arena. MX vs. ATV All Out includes gear from many different real companies, so players will have a lot of options when customizing their character. As for multiplayer, the game will include two-player split-screen local co-op and support up to sixteen players in online races.
Klemens Kreuzer, Managing Director at THQ Nordic, had the following to say about the game:
“All Out is the culmination of Rainbow’s decades-long commitment to creating the most comprehensive and fun off-road racing games! Whether your pulling off stunts on your own private compound, exploring wide-open terrain in a UTV, or racing in 16-player online competitions, All Out invites players of all ages and skill levels to experience the freedom of racing and competing off-road.”
You can check out the announcement trailer for the game below alongside some screenshots and its box art. MX vs. ATV All Out is set to release on PC, PS4, and Xbox One in early 2018.