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MXGP2 – The Official Motocross Videogame

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MXGP2 – The Official Motocross Videogame

MXGP2 certainly isn’t light on content, and straight from the outset you have access to pretty much all of it. In single player mode, you can get stuck straight into MXGP and Stadium Series events, allowing you to race on 22 tracks with either MX2 or MXGP bikes in Grand Prix, Championship and Time Attack modes. Then there’s the Monster Energy FIM MXON mode, where you select your nation and take part in team races across three heats on your choice of a further six tracks. Motocross aficionados will revel in the Real Events mode, where you’re able to re-enact real world events in MXGP history via 19 challenges, often tasked with changing the outcome for the better. The main attraction of MXGP2 for most though, will be its extensive Career mode, where you compete in numerous racing seasons earning reputation and money as you go. Beginning in MX2, your reputation is invaluable to impressing the many sponsors and teams; a crucial task if you wish to make a name for yourself and progress to MXGP. Money on the other hand, can unsurprisingly be used to purchase, upgrade and visually customise bikes, greatly assisting your goal of consistently placing highly in events, and with style nonetheless.

MXGP2 – The Official Motocross Videogame is now available in North America and Latin America for PlayStation 4 and Xbox One.

Check out the Trailer:

“Among the modes, the career mode lets players enter circuits to be crowned as the international champion. The complete 2015 roster in the game includes Romain Febvre, Ryan Villopto and eight-time world champion Tony Cairoli.

With 18 official tracks from the 2015 FIM Motorcross World Championship, players compete all over the world, including the United States, Mexico, Argentina, Italy, Germany, France, Spain, Qatar and Thailand.”

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