MXGP 2021 – The official Motocross video game – now available digitally

MXGP 2021 - The official Motocross video game - now available digitally

The latest from Milestone is this year’s iteration of the official FIM Motocross World Championship video game. MXGP 2021 hit the virtual shelves on Tuesday (30th November), the seventh iteration of the game since the first one launched in 2014. Featuring an immersive career mode, an improved track editor and other fun game modes, MXGP 2021 on paper sounds improved from the 2020 release.

The career starts players in the MX2 category as players advance through the ranks to the top of the MXGP leaderboards. Career mode features real transfer windows, contracts, personal team, challenges and more on the official tracks in 2021. Four legacy tracks, Ottobiano, Ernée, Leon and Agueda, are also included in the game.

More than 40 official riders from the 2021 campaign, in both MX2 and MXGP ranks, are included. All of the 2021 bikes, teams, sponsors and accessories will also be available. The open-world Playground 2.0 comes packed with an assortment of different game modes including Waypoint mode.

MXGP 2021 - The official Motocross video game - now available digitally

Online or off, MXGP 2021 brings the reality of the 2021 FIM Motocross World Championship to your fingertips alongside a plethora of customizations. Over 100 licensed brands are included for your custom rider to display. The updated tools in the track editor also allow for better custom track options for you and your friends to enjoy.

The game is currently sold on digital shops only as there isn’t currently a physical copy of the game. It retails for £/$49.99 for the full game with an optional add-on Credits Multiplier, which doubles credits earned at the end of each race for faster progression, available to purchase for £3.99 / $4.99.

MXGP 2021 is available on PlayStation 5, PlayStation 4, Xbox Series X|S, Xbox One and PC via Steam. Keep it pinned for a full review of the game similar to the one we did for MXGP 2020. Check out the launch trailer and let us know if you’ll be getting it in the comments below.

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