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MotoGP 18

Milestone S.r.l
Jun 7, 2018 - PlayStation 4, Xbox One, PC, Nintendo Switch, Xbox Series X/S, PlayStation 5
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OpenCritic Rating

64

Top Critic Average

14%

Critics Recommend

TheSixthAxis
5 / 10
Hobby Consolas
73 / 100
Shacknews
6 / 10
IGN Spain
6.8 / 10
IGN Italy
7.5 / 10
COGconnected
74 / 100
Wccftech
6.5 / 10
TrueAchievements
3.5 / 5
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MotoGP™ 18 - Gameplay Trailer

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MotoGP™ 18 The Official Videogame - Gameplay

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MotoGP™ 18 Announcement Trailer


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Critic Reviews for MotoGP 18

The MotoGP series has long suffered from a lack of obvious progression from one release to the next. This time, Milestone has at least tried to do things differently and switch game engines, but right now that hasn't paid off. Last year's game was already supposed to be a transitional one, yet here we are with a game that is a regression for a series that was becoming a bit stale.

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Hobby Consolas

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73 / 100
Hobby Consolas

Milestone delivers great bike simulation, but it doesn´t show much improvement from previous entries, even with a new graphic engine. Despite of the official licenses (pilots, teams, bikes and tracks) we still miss some details and new game modes.

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It's probably better to think of Milestone's latest release less in terms of a video game and more in terms of a product designed for MotoGP enthusiasts. It's stuffed to the brim with Moto Grand Prix-related details like racers, tracks, and commentary, and includes plenty of different options that riders can use to tweak their bikes and chase a podium finish. With that said, MotoGP 18 simply feels less thrilling than it should, mostly due to its underwhelming graphics, spartan presentation, and monotonous gameplay.

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One step forward, two steps back. The MotoGP license have been developed with the Unreal Engine 4 for the first time with few notable improvements, but with the absence of previous modalities for a fairly limited offer.

Review in Spanish | Read full review

After some years in the shadows, the official MotoGP game is back in pole position.

Review in Italian | Read full review

MotoGP 18 is impressive, as all of Milestone's games are, but that doesn't always translate to fun for general audiences. This title is a must have for serious Grand Prix fans, but lay people like me it comes off as overwhelming with a tedious learning curve.

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It's an improvement on the previous iteration, even if only visually. Aside from that, it feels like the same game but ever so slightly improved. That's the real shame, the jump from Milestone's ageing engine to Unreal had a lot of potential. Considering everything, do I recommend MotoGP 18? If you want a motorbike racing game now, then go for it. If not, you may be better waiting for Ride 3.

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MotoGP 18 is a clear step forward from its predecessor with the previously used proprietary engine already looking dated.

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