MotoGP 18 launch date and previews its news

The official video game of the Motorcycle World Championship will arrive on June 7.

Milestone will once again be in charge of adapting the world motorcycle racing to the entertainment of players on PC (Steam), PS4, Xbox One and, this time, Nintendo Switch. MotoGP 18 has been presented, still without images, by the Italian firm and Dorna Sports (organizer) and has dated its launch for June 7 except in the Japanese hybrid system that will take a little longer to arrive.

What can we expect? In the press release sent, Matteo Pezzotti, design director at the company, is committed to offering the public a totally renewed delivery, "with the aim of offering all fans the most engaging and realistic MotoGP experience ever." Pezzotti reinforces the promise by confirming Unreal Engine as the new graphics engine of the high-speed franchise, "ensuring a step forward in terms of technological evolution and visual impact," he adds.

"The video game faithfully reproduces all the distinctive characteristics of the behavior of the motorcycle, eliminating even more the gap between fiction and reality," he commented. The news will be detailed soon, but changes are already underway such as more advanced tire management and collision systems, an updated artificial intelligence and the inclusion of driving aids and tutorials to make MotoGP 18 a more "accessible and enjoyable" title to the uninitiated.

MotoGP 18 will feature new modes and features for your enjoyment, including a wide range of enhancements for MotoGP eSport Championship to present equally in a next occasion. The video game will include all the categories and riders of the World Championship (MotoGP, Moto2, Moto3 and Red Bull MotoGP Rookies Cup), as well as the 19 official circuits, including the new track in Thailand.