Milestone S.r.l. has shown off some in-game footage of MXGP Pro for the first time in today's gameplay reveal trailer. The Motocross title is set to release in late June for PS4, Xbox One, and PC.
MXGP Pro will give players the usual in-depth levels of Milestone customization for their bikes, as well as a slew of dirty, muddy tracks to race around. The game will also come with a career mode as well as a large training area with various terrain called The Compound.
Today's trailer shows the majority of a race in-progress, showing off the HUD elements, the physics engine, and the dynamic mud splatter programming all hard at work. Milestone has also added some mud tracks from other bikes and random clutter to give the tracks more of a realistic feel, and while the tracks look pretty similar to those used in Monster Energy Supercross, there does appear to be a bit more grit involved. But that could just be the lighting.
It is worth noting that the game is still a work in progress, though considering the timing, this should be a relatively faithful view of the game compared to what you'll get at launch. It is just about a month away from release, after all.
MXGP Pro will launch on June 29th, 2018 for PS4, Xbox One, and PC. The gameplay reveal trailer is below.