After months of anticipation, Italian video game developer Milestone has finally released MotoGP 15, the third instalment of the popular video game franchise centered around the awesome world of top-class motorcycle racing.

The release of MotoGP 15 comes at a perfect time for fans of the series. The Assen Grand Prix is taking place this weekend and what better way to gear up for what promises to be an exciting race than spending all those hours before the actual race playing its virtual counterpart. I can’t think of any, which is why I’m more than likely to stop by Best Buy over the weekend to scoop up the game.

I’m excited to give MotoGP a whirl because I’ve been a fan of the franchise since Milestone began making the licensed game in 2013. There have been some hiccups along the way, but for the most part, I’ve enjoyed my couch time playing MotoGP in my PlayStation 3.

This time, I’ve upgraded to a PS4 so I’m particularly intrigued at how the game translates into Sony’s next and latest generation platform.

If you’re an avid gamer like I am, you would know that there are certain levels of technical gaming that we subscribe to. Whether it’s the graphics or the gameplay, we’re more particular with the way the game was created. More than anything else, I want to see how MotoGP 15 has evolved from its 2014 counterpart and judge for myself whether or not Milestone lived up to its promise of a richer and more immersive gaming experience.

For now, though, I’m content to keep this latest video preview of the game in constant loop until I have the time to actually buy the game. So in the unlikely event that you don’t hear from me over the weekend, you already know what I’ll be doing.

MotoGP is now available in stores and in digital markets for $59.99.


Source: MotoGP

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