Rejoice all motorbike fanatics, MotoGP 17 is here to quench your thirst for realistic, adrenaline pumping motorsport action!

Available right now on Xbox One, PS4 an PC, MotoGP 17 comes with all the tracks, riders and bikes competing in this year’s real world season, as well as motorsporting legends to control.

It also delivers a Career mode for you to take your character to the very top, and a new addition to the franchise. The Managerial Career will allow you to step into the boots of your very own team, controlling such things as the staff, R&D and sponsorship deals, in addition to the team itself.

Whether it is in the Time Attack, Grand Prix or Championship offline modes that tempt you in, or the multiplayer scene either online or with a local buddy, MotoGP 17 is one of the most in-depth, realistic racing experiences on Xbox One. It even supports players looking to really test their skills on the grand eSports stage and pick up some prizes along the way!

Get ready to grab a copy on Xbox One, PS4 or PC now. We’d advise you make your way to the Xbox Games Store so as to pick it up for £49.99.

Additionally, there is also a DLC pack available for MotoGP 17, that of the Credits Multiplier, allowing you the chance to increase your credits in order to reach the top step of the podium in super quick time. It’s priced at £3.99 and should be considered if you wish to push your experience along at a faster rate.

Game Description:

“Prepare yourself for the adrenaline of the 2017 MotoGP™! Enjoy maximum entertainment with all the bikes, teams and tracks of the official Championship. Try the new Managerial Career mode and put yourself in the shoes of a team manager, trying to make the right choices both on the track and off it. Play online against the best players, or join forces with your most skilled friend. Get on the track and start your race to victory in the new cooperative mode.”

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