Get ready to get dirty because Italian developers Milestone have just announced their latest game titled; MXGP – The Official Motocross Videogame.

Milestone have a rich pedigree of developing and publishing all varieties of off-road racing games and see this latest entry as an opportunity to revitalize a once strong genre.

“MXGP, The Official Motocross Videogame represents the Motocross come back for Milestone “, affirms Luisa Bixio, Marketing and Sales Director at Milestone. “This new rebranding brings a lot of new features that we will unveil during the next months and for sure will amuse the Motocross fans. As for the previous Milestone titles, MXGP will be characterized by loyalty to the license and with realistic simulation”, concluded Bixio .

As you would expect the development team are pretty excited about the upcoming project, but the excitement also seems to have permeated the racing community as well.

Giuseppe Luongo, President of Youthstream explains: “Youthstream is delighted to renew our agreement with MILESTONE for the new edition of the video game MXGP, THE OFFICIAL MOTOCROSS VIDEO GAME.  Motocross is a fantastic sport; spectacular, extreme and fun which links itself perfectly with the video world.  With this new edition players will be able to enter into the reality of the sport experiencing the real feelings within the fabulous world of MXGP”.

Not ony will MXGP feature all the teams, riders, bikes and rules that you will find in the official MXGP 2013 calander; but it will also sport a brand-new career mode that hopes to give players a glimpse into what it feels like to be a Motocross rider.


MXGP – The Official Motocross Videogame
is set for release in spring of 2014 on Playstation 3, PS Vita, Xbox360 and PC

  • Jonathan Harding-Rathbone

    God bless Milestone. MUD was pretty awesome so I’m guessing this week be even better!

  • MG7317

    God bless Milestone for supporting the Vita!

  • Lester Paredes

    Aw. I was hoping for some game footage. Still, I’m up for any game that manages to immerse me into a world I know nothing about. I’m not the biggest racing game fan, but GRID on PS3 and Race Driver 2006 on PSP both sunk their hooks in me due to their single-player story (I filled in a lot of blanks with GRID, but Race Driver was pretty sweet, going from no name to superstar against other drivers was AWESOME! Wish they’d release it digitally so I could download it.). If this manages to have something of a personal take on a career mode, I might just get hooked again.