If there’s one thing you can rely on, it’s that Milestone will continue to push onwards with their run of motorcycle based games. Over the years they’ve covered all manner of bases, from MXGP, to RIDE, to Moto GP and the Monster Energy Supercross series. It’s the latter which we are here for today, as Monster Energy Supercross – The Official Videogame 4 is detailed and dated.
Coming to Xbox One, Xbox Series X|S, PS4, PS5, PC and Google Stadia come March 11th 2021, Monster Energy Supercross – The Official Videogame 4 promises to be the most realistic Supercross title yet, featuring a faithful representation of the 2020 Monster Energy Supercross season, with all eleven stadiums and seventeen tracks, including the seven Salt Lake City variants.
Joining forces with Feld Entertainment, Monster Energy Supercross 4 will features a brand-new Career Mode structure which will allow players to start their path from the Supercross Futures, before climbing the ladders to reach the 250SX and 450SX categories; and it will be there where they will need to challenge the biggest number of Pro riders ever in franchise history.
The new Career Mode will also see the performance of each rider affected by their skills, all upgradeable and manageable thanks to a new skill tree system. This will mean skill points are gained by racing, joining special events, completing trainings and fulfilling the Journal, which is a series of special objectives to show who is the best.
Further to that, Supercross 4 will bring together the new Compound, inspired by the beautiful landscapes of Maine Islands and fast becoming known as a place to roam free in Solo and Co-Op game modes or race against friends on the many tracks available. On this gorgeous island, there will be a lot of challenges and collectibles to discover!
That’s not all though and a beloved community feature – the Track Editor – will return with more customization modules, directly created from 2020 Official Tracks. New cosmetic customization options to express creativity and boost realism include Tuff Blox, Starting Gate structures, Finish Line structures and Leader Pillars.
Of course, Monster Energy Supercross – The Official Videogame 4 will, as always in the franchise, enable players to be able to customize their riders with tons of content, thanks to more than 110 official brands for cosmetic and performance customizations for both rider and bike. Throw in the Online Mode that guarantees a lag-free and engaging Multiplayer experience thanks to Dedicated Servers and then a Race Director Mode arriving as a feature after launch, and you’ve got pretty much everything you could wish for in a Supercross title.
We’ll be sure to continue dropping the Monster Energy Supercross – The Official Videogame 4 coverage your way in the build up to release of the game on Xbox One, Xbox Series X|S, PS4, PS5, PC and Google Stadia on March 11th 2021. For now though, hit up the trailer below.