MotoGP20 coming to PC and consoles this April

Joanna Estrada
February 25, 2020

Players are able to take full control of their careers and make decisions that will affect their performance thanks to the Managerial Career, which will see the arrival of a wealth of new features.

One more year we will have an official delivery of the MotoGP Championship in the form of a video game with MotoGP 20, announced today by Milestone and with a release date for the April 23rd. Winning these events will net players the most legendary riders and bikes.

MotoGP™20 will be released on April 23rd on PlayStation®4, Xbox One, Windows PC®/STEAM, Google Stadia and Nintendo Switch™. Furthermore, players will need to manage fuel and tyres and do their best to avoid any aerodynamic damage - a result of the development team's push for more realism and strategy. They will be able to improve performance of different bike parts, earning and spending development points and allocating their R&D staff to reach the highest level. The game will have brand new features boosting realism such as fuel management and asymmetrical tires' consumption.

This year's edition has been presented emphasizing some developments such as the return of Manager Mode and more importance has been given to the strategy during the races.

Numerous features that made the success of the previous chapter of the franchise, return this year with a lot of improvements. One of the communities favorite game modes will be back in a brand-new format.

MotoGP20 coming to PC and consoles this April
MotoGP20 coming to PC and consoles this April

Neural AI is now 2.0. What many thought was utopic, became a reality. Previous year A.N.N.A. (an acronym for Artificial Neural Network Agent) brought a more fast, natural and fair AI.

Also returning is the historical mode, now with full races of randomly generated players that you need to win to unlock and collect iconic bikes and riders. The developer Milestone has further improved his capabilities this year so that he can strategically manage the wheels, tire wear and fuel consumption just like real drivers do.

The best online experience.

Finally, the multiplayer will still feature dedicated servers - a key part for the game's eSports Championship - with quality of life improvements across Public and Private matches, as well as Race Director Mode.

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