Take control of your own career, switch from real teams to new teams created with sponsors from the world of MotoGP™, decide the development of the bike and manage your technical unit to win. Improved physics, with even more realistic and complex braking management. The tire has been divided into independent sectors for wear and temperature, and the fuel consumption can be managed with driving style and power maps. If you were looking for a challenge, this is definitely the one for you. Being a successful driver is much more than just keeping the throttle wide open. You also need to win with style! Unleash your creativity with 6 different graphic editors, including the new Suit and Livery editor for your bike.

This time Milestone perfected almost every aspect of their game (besides the AI), thus delivering one of the best motorcycle racing games we’ve seen in many, many years.

MotoGP 20 follows the steps from it’s predecessor and perfected the mechanics of the game even more. While it can be a pleasant experience for new fans who want to invest some time in the game and learn more about it, it is also a great experience to the pro players that have been playing MotoGP for the last years. More details in controlling the bike, starving for perfection mixed with all the modifications/adjust that you can make off-track.
The career mode is pretty exciting and as complete as it can get, with a promise of giving you the complete MotoGP experience.
Less time consuming, but still pretty complete, you have the quick mode.
Multiplayer mode is pretty intuitive, despite the waiting times in some of the lobbies (depending of the definitions from the host), as it’s a more organic experience (despite the AI improvements in that aspect).
Despite the pit stop graphics could be better, on the track they are nearly perfect.

MotoGP 20 follows the trajectory of last year’s chapter in a slavish way, but does practically better every turn and detaches with a decidedly superior skill. Milestone worked continuously and brought the fastest lap home thanks to the finishing of the already excellent artificial intelligence system and the introduction of an additional level of depth in the races.

Racing is a constant challenge. Each corner, opponent, and straightaway is a chance to gain or lose positioning at a bevy of different points on the track. I’m used to that cadence, so to introduce new wrinkles that evolve and deepen the experience on and off the track is exciting. It feels like a new take on speed.

Solid outing by Milestone. They have patched the AI and fuel consumption already, and will have all the 2020 riders, liveries and bike parts ready to go early May. Milestone does a good job listening to the community. The game handles very well, graphics run at a smooth 60FPS on PSpro, and the lighting quality is generally good. The racing is pretty fierce, and the riders look pretty good. The main patch I would recommend would be to reduce the level of violent stoppies going into corners, sometimes bikes can be a bit wild with braking physics. Patch 1.04 tuned this, but it needs a slight bit of work.

Fans of the competition have a solid game here, that everyone can enjoy regardless of their skill. The enhancements in the Career mode and the amount of game modes make it a great choice to enjoy this year’s virtual season.

MotoGP 20 adds improvements to get more realism in the series. It is an evolution in the right direction, considering previous entries, but it still has a big margin to improve.

New features make it the best MotoGP game to date. Addictive fun. Could give 9 if not for some serious bugs. Will rereview once patched.

MotoGP 20 adds improvements to get more realism in the series. It is an evolution in the right direction, considering previous entries, but it still has a big margin to improve.

MotoGP is hamstrung by its yearly periodicity, unable to fulfill its considerable potential. There are several good additions in the new installment, but all of them feel shallow and, in the end, inconsequential.

MotoGP 20 will tick all the boxes for what a game based on the most exhilarating racing sport on the planet should offer, but it’ll seldom exceed your expectations thanks to its sterile presentation and no-thrills approach on the track.

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