Milestone has unveiled a new trailer for the upcoming Monster Energy Supercross: The Official Videogame. Due to release on February 13 for PlayStation 4, Xbox One and PC, the new trailer showcases different bike classes and official tracks that players can expect to see in the game. Named the Championship Trailer, it starts at the Angel Stadium in Anaheim, with legendary 450SX athletes like Chad Reed, Cooper Webb, Ryan Dungey, Marvin Musquin and Ken Roczen ready to race for the top of the leaderboard. After dropping the gate in Anaheim, the 250SX East class take to the track at Lucas Oil Stadium in Indianapolis: Adam Cianciarulo comes out of the group, leading the wild bunch against Joey Savargy. While the 450SX class continue their battle in Minneapolis at U.S. Bank Stadium, competitors from 250SX West class race at the University of Phoenix Stadium in Arizona. The Daytona track, in Florida, is the next challenge for 450SX racers with the rainy weather making their battle even more competitive. The competition ends in Las Vegas, at Sam Boyd Stadium, with finalists cutting the finish line. Who’s going to win?
Monster Energy Supercross: The Official Videogame will run on the Unreal Engine 4 and include a new 3D-scanning system to correctly replicate riders’ faces and much more. Graphical improvements result in the texturing of the ground and the quality of its details, developed thanks to an enhanced texturing system, as well as in the lighting effects, which makes all weather conditions more realistic. Lastly, the game will include a track editor as it will offer a superb amount of content for fans of supercross. Check out the trailer below and visit the game’s site here for more information.