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Milestone to unveil new 'MXM project'

Martin Bigg On December 12, 2012

Mark your gaming calendar for December 31st, folks.

A new mysterious 'MXM project' from Milestone, the developers of WRC3 and MUD, has emerged, with an intriguing teaser website counting down to the official announcement in 20 days time on December 31st.


A quick Google search on MXM reveals this motocross decals website, which points to the possibility of a new bike game from Milestone. The motocross implications could possibly be hinting at a sequel to MUD, although the emphasis on this being an entirely new project hints at something a little less predictible.

At any rate, what do you think it could be? As ever, you can let us know in the comments below, on our Facebook page or on our forum. Happy guessing! 

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eddie zero On 2013-01-05 23:01:14
eddie zero

Mystery solved > MotoGP 2013 <

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Luke gr On 2012-12-12 18:35:04
Luke gr

Probably a new motocross game (a sequel of MUD) but with a new name.

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Darren Lee On 2012-12-12 11:56:06
Darren Lee

Maybe its a game based on the Dakar rally? It starts on January 5th, so perhaps Milestone are out there gathering data for a new game - MXM - Moto-Cross-Machines!

Would be great to race the different types of vehicles that participate in the Dakar in some sort of game.

Not sure if anyone's done a game based on the Dakar rally - surely theres enough history and scenery in the rally for game content?

Flight to Lima, boarding at gate number 77?

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