The MotoGP series has a history of triumphs and failures, with each new annual entry building on or removing pivotal features. MotoGP 20 fortunately goes back to the drawing board and doubles down on delivering more content and player agency. However, taken as a package, this latest installment is sure to please veterans of the franchise and offers something a bit more substantial and surprisingly innovative that we hope developer Milestone can use as a launching pad to build on future titles.
MotoGP 20 features a robust amount of customization, whether it be through enhancing the aesthetics and individual performance parts of your bike or even creating and branding your custom player. As soon as you boot up the newly overhauled Career Mode, you're immediately exposed to how in-depth and intuitive these systems will be. Managerial Career will have you select a personal manager to start off with, complete with technical staff that dictate how your bike performs depending on the hired skill sets (basically don't hire the Chief Engineer known for being an alcoholic and you'll be fine). As the game progresses, you unlock more options to pick and choose from, including more professional, seasoned team members.
Managerial Career will have you select a personal manager to start off with, complete with technical staff that dictate how your bike performs...
Riders also extend to Moto2, Moto3, and the Historical 4-Stroke MotoGP legends...
...it's hard not to notice the road reforming its own textures in the middle of a race...
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