MXGP 2019 represents the peak of the Motocross experience after Milestone's switch to Unreal Engine 4. However, despite spicy new modes and pleasant improvements, it lacks the will of change that flowed powerfully through the recent MotoGP 19.
MXGP 2019 is a welcome addition for fans of the franchise that can looks past the legacy issues and have an excellent feel for the games. This series requires a grind to get good and competitive as players will have to play with setups, learn tracks and overcome obstacles that can hamper the experience. The Playground is the place to play and learn how to ride and The Waypoint is a great addition. The Track Editor is a much-needed mode for the series as it allows endless possibilities for riders. Having the full 2019 FIM Motocross Championship is a bonus, but this is more important to a small demographic of people. This series doesn’t get the promotion that the Monster Energy Supercross Series gets in America and also begs the question of why Milestone has two separate motocross games and why resources can’t be combined for one game?
While the attempts to inject a bit of life into the series with a semi open-world mode and a track editor are laudable, the game itself is just too familiar. Newcomers might appreciate what the MXGP 2019 has to offer, but anyone who’s played any previous game in the series will just feel like they’ve seen it all before.
SummaryThe official MXGP videogame is back and, for the very first time, you will be able to live the experience of the current MXGP World Championship. 2019 season's official riders, bikes and teams of MXGP and MX2 are ready to challenge you in all the 19 official events all over the world. As in real life, experience different weather conditi...