Subscribers to Microsoft’s Xbox Game Pass on both console and PC will be able to enjoy MotoGP 22 for no additional charge from the 21st July 2022.
The official game of the current Motorcycle Grand Prix season will be available for Xbox Game Pass subscribers from 21st July.
MotoGP 22 was released on 21st April for PC, PlayStation, Xbox and Nintendo Switch, and in our review, we enjoyed its serious take, engrossing career and shiny visuals – but a word of warning, it requires some patience.
The game also features a curiously entitled ‘NINE’ story mode, that plays out like a documentary of the 2009 season, where Valentino Rossi won the title.
The with any of the three Game Pass tiers will be entitled to download MotoGP 22 for no additional, charge, on either PC, Cloud-enabled mobile devices, Xbox One and Xbox Series X|S.
MotoGP 20 was formerly on the platform, but a year since its release. With that now removed, it’s replaced by MotoGP 22, but this time a scant three months since its initial launch. It joins fellow racing games Forza Horizon 5, DIRT 5 and art of rally.