Milestone and Square Enix have announced that the upcoming MXGP PRO will be bringing back the Compound. The mode is being designed as an even larger training facility where players can hone their riding skills and take part in training sessions. It will allow racing on unique tracks across a range of weather conditions. The Compound will span one square kilometer of forest that has been inspired by real-world locations like Esino del Lario. The Compound will contain two tracks, one for Supercross and one for Motocross. Players will be able to test their skills in time attack mode or against official riders. A more challenging off-roading trail has also been created to captivate imaginations and truly test the player.
The Compound is geared to test player skill across multiple motocross disciplines. These include air control, scrubs, cornering, wet, standing starting and braking. Players can train with official MXGP riders and each discipline has five test sessions with the reward of customizing their rider’s skills. Milestone has partnered up with official MXGP riders Tim Gajser, Tony Cairoli, and Gautier Paulin to result in authentic racing and realism from the sport. Each focused on different disciplines to help create the most realistic experience possible. MXGP PRO will be available on July 10 for PlayStation 4, Xbox One and PC for $49.99. Check out the trailer below.