mx nitro

Unless you’ve been hiding away from the entire world for the last few years, you would have heard of Miniclip. They are one of the leading brands in the mobile world, having delivered more than 1 billion downloads to the global masses. Now though, they’re ready to hit consoles and have today announced that MX Nitro will be making its way to a console or PC near you soon.

Arriving on Xbox One, PS4 and PC come 14th Feb 2017, MX Nitro has been developed specifically for both PC and console, delivering an arcade style motocross title that allows players the chance to enter the explosive, fast-paced and white-knuckle motocross world – all brought stunningly to life like never before.

It’ll come with more than 40 tracks spread across the globe, featuring a career mode, asynchronous multiplayer, hardcore bosses, unique bikes, crazy stunts, bike and rider customisation, challenges and achievements… all to a rockin’ soundtrack! If you can tame the most coplex of motocross stunts and embrace the skill required, then the top of the global leaderboard is there for the taking.

“We are very excited about the release of MX Nitro and can’t wait for fans to play one of our games on consoles & PC for the first time. It represents another huge step for Miniclip and a fantastic start to 2017. We hope that MX Nitro will be a big hit with its combination of speed, stunts and spectacular crashes.” said Rob Small, CEO of Miniclip.

We will of course let you know when MX Nitro becomes available, but as Miniclip’s first entry into the land of console, we’re super excited to see what happens.

Features include:

  • PvP with other players’ ghosts
  • 13 Hardcore Bosses
  • More than 40 tracks from around the globe
  • 5 Unique Bikes
  • 55 Crazy Stunts
  • Solo Campaign and multiplayer
  • Bike and rider customization
  • Challenges and achievements
  • Hard Rockin’ Soundtrack

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