The official video game of the Motocross Championship is back!
MXGP PRO is a motorbike racing made by Milestone S.r.l. Practice in the Compound, a square kilometre of track where you can freely explore or compete against the AI. You can practice up to 30 challenges to learn real riders’ techniques! Tackle Career mode with your custom rider, starting in the MX2 category. Increase your fame, sign contracts with ever-more prestigious sponsors and become MXGP champion. All the official tracks and riders from the 2017 season await you! Ready for the challenge? Download MXGP PRO and live the entire MXGP experience as a pro.
Release Date: 29 Jun, 2018
Developer: Milestone S.r.l.
Publisher: Milestone S.r.l.
Genre: Racing, Simulation, Sports
OS: Win 7
CPU: Intel Core i5-2500, AMD FX-8100 or equivalent
RAM: 8 GB
GRAPHIC: NVIDIA GeForce GTX 760 with 2 GB VRAM or more / AMD Radeon HD 7950 with 2 GB VRAM or more
HDD: 15 GB
OS: Win 10
CPU: Intel Core i7-2600, AMD FX-8350 or equivalent
RAM: 16 GB
GRAPHIC: NVIDIA GeForce GTX 960 with 4 GB VRAM or more | AMD Radeon R9 380 with 4 GB VRAM or more
HDD: 15 GB
- Adjust your bike’s configuration like a mechanic, tuning the suspension, brakes or throttle to make your ride unique.
- Practice in the Compound, a square kilometre of track where you can freely explore or compete against the AI.
- Experiment with the new Pro Physics when racing and have fun with freer gameplay, thanks to new bike and rider behaviours.
MXGP PRO Trailer
MXGP PRO Review
MXGP Pro is certainly one of the best bike racers out there. 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. Though I enjoy this version of the sport more than the version in MotoGP 18, it does little to change the fact that this game serves to check off a small list of requirements that any racing game should have to be enjoyable. Take the time to do the training in the game, it will familiarize you with the controls and give you passive skill bonuses that help you through the rest of the game. It took some time to adjust from Monster Energy Supercross, the handling is a bit different. Graphics are great, sound is great. They're continuing to up the fidelity and it all looks and sounds awesome. The career mode and sponsor stuff is all fine and pretty good so far. Overall it's a fun game, and a welcome installment. I just wish the A.I could go as fast paced as Milestone does at releasing these games.