Valentino Rossi The Game Races to PS4, Xbox One & PC in June 2016
The 2016 season edition of MotoGP, Valentino Rossi The Game is coming to PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC in June 2016, developer Milestone announced.
Dedicated to the life and career of the world champion, Valentino Rossi The Game will allow you to play through Rossi’s career, as the description reveals:
The MotoGP official video game will be dressed in yellow in 2016, incorporating plenty of new details dedicated to the 9-times world champion, Valentino Rossi as well as all the classic features which have distinguished the series over the years, and the 2016 MotoGP championship season. Participate in the official MotoGP championship, retrace Rossi’s career from its beginnings to the present day, take control of a Rally car and let loose on various tracks such as the Monza Rally, participate in thrilling Flat Track races and discover the world of the Valentino Rossi Ranch. These are just a few of the highlights which will keep fans glued to Valentino Rossi The Game, with its thrilling on and off-line racing.
Milestone VP Luisi Bixio talked about Valentino Rossi The Game:
We are really enthusiastic about this partnership and project. Milestone has been developing MotoGP for a few years, but the experience we are going to offer all motorcycle racing and Valentino fans this year is quite simply unique. Players can grapple with the entire 2016 official championship, but most of all they can experience the passion, professionalism and experience of Valentino Rossi, both in and out of the championship, with exclusive rally and flat track content, as well as much more that only the number 46 can offer. We also like to think of this as an Italian project par excellence, which we’re sure will be appreciated all over the world.
Rossi added, “We chose to include both the most important elements of my MotoGP career, and all the extra circuit stuff that are so important to me, like Ranch, Rally and more… I’ll work with the development team to make sure all fans will get the best experience they ever had.”
[Source: MotoGP (Facebook)]