MotoGP 23 update adds electric MotoE series

Thomas Harrison-Lord
Following the trend of previous MotoGP games, the battery-powered championship is now represented in the official title.
MotoGP 23 update adds electric MotoE series

The latest MotoGP 23 game update follows the revised line-ups for the Moto3 and Moto2 categories. Only in those cases, the vehicles were in the game already, this MotoE update also adds the entire category to the game.

There are 18 riders of the BEV bikes in the game, including 2014 Moto2 champion Tito Rabat. The championship is currently being led by two-time title-winner Jordi Torres at the time of writing.

MotoGP 23 game, added MotoE category

The field uses identical Energica Ego Corsa motorcycles that make use of an 11.7kWh battery for 0-100 km/h (62 mph) in three seconds. It appears that you can only use them on the tracks the series visits in the real-world, so you only have a choice of eight venues.

MotoE Tito Rabat MotoGP 23 video game

Race Director mode has also been added to the online multiplayer, allowing players to watch races and if you’re into your leagues, create broadcast-style productions. Strangely this is a feature that is rarely included in launching the MotoGP video games, yet crops up every year in recent times.

That’s it for this update, which is now live across PC and console.

MotoGP 23 26th July game update changelog

  • The MotoE™ category has been added to the game
  • The Race Director mode has been added to the online section
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