Milestone has announced that MotoGP 14 will now release later on PlayStation Vita than the PS3 and PS4 versions, which are due to release on June 20th.

It is also expected that MotoGP 14 will release in different countries on different dates, so it is worth checking with your local retailer if you wish to purchase this game. Currently, UK retailer GAME have the game’s release date set as July 4th.


If you are interested in this title, be sure to keep an eye on The Vita Lounge, we will be sure to bring you more coverage on MotoGP 14 as soon as we receive further info!

SOURCEPunk and Lizard
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  • Rodolfo Ferreira

    Hopefully that delay doesn’t mean they’re facing difficulties imposed by scea in order to make it available in NA.
    What really bothers me is the fact the Vita version seems to be the main reason to postpone the release. Again, I can’t help but think scea have something to do with it after the game was submitted.

    • There will be a different publisher in NA (and I’m not even sure the Vita version has been confirmed for NA because SCEA really hates the Vita.) Yes, it is bullshit that they have to pay separately to get the game certified in North America.

      • Kyle Wakeling

        It’s been confirmed for NA, published by Bandai Namco Games America – but it’s not coming here ’til September.

  • Lester Paredes

    Aw, that sucks. Well, as long a a we get it. I’ve been itching for a Vita Sim racing game and F1 2011 didn’t do it for me.