MXGP3 Gets New Trailer; Shows Off New Enhanced Customization Options

A new trailer was released today for MXGP3 that showcases the game's enhanced customization options.

on May 8, 2017 12:31 PM

Milestone today released a new trailer for its upcoming moto racing game, MXGP3. In the new trailer, which can be seen below, we get a closer look at some of the official items and brands that are featured in the game. The trailer also showcases the customization options for both the rider and the motorcycles. I have to say, I’m pretty impressed with the level of customization available for the motorcycles. Everything from the hand grips down to the brake discs can be customized to fit your personal preference.

If this is your first time hearing about MXGP3, here is a brief description of the game and features:

Experience all the adrenaline of Motocross with the official Championship’s only videogame! MXGP3 – The Official Motocross Videogame offers the most involving game experience ever, with completely new gameplay and graphics thanks to Unreal® Engine 4. Race on 18 official tracks and in the MXoN with all riders and bikes from the 2016 MXGP and MX2 seasons and be the first to experience the thrill of riding one of the 10 2-strokes available! Render your rider and your bike unique, with more than 300 official components for a complete customisation!

Full immersive experience
Completely rebuilt from scratch and based on Unreal® Engine 4 for ultrarealistic graphics and scenarios, astonishing details and incredible visual effects.

Only official content
Official license, tracks, rosters from 2016 FIM Motocross World Championship.
Try almost infinite variations to fully customize your bike and rider using more than 300 real items.

More fun with 2 Strokes
Enjoy for the first time the brand new addition of 2 Stroke bike riding.
Choose between 10 different bikes with massively realistic dedicated sounds and reactions.

MXGP3 is scheduled to be released on PS4, Xbox One and PC via Steam on May 30, 2017.

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