So far, our only fleeting glimpses of Milestone's next-generation debut project MotoGP '14 have been from the teaser trailer and screenshots showcasing the Spanish Jerez track, but we've yet to see how it looks in-game.
While we wait for the inevitable gameplay trailer to crop up soon, we spotted a few snaps posted on the official MotoGP game FaceBook page showing the PC version of MotoGP '14 running on an Asus laptop as part of a trip to Qatar in Asia, which hosted the first race event on the real life MotoGP calendar a couple of weeks ago. Curiously, PS4 controllers are being used just to add salt to the wounds of Xbox One players who won't be enjoying MotoGP '14.
While it's difficult to deduce much from the off-screen photos without seeing the game in motion, this is still our first look at Milestone's new in-house engine in-game. In truth, it doesn't look very different to MotoGP '13 from afar, but a closer inspection reveals the increased detail, lighting and shadow effects we were previously promised.
It should only be a matter of weeks, if not sooner, before we get a proper first look at MotoGP '14 in the inevitible gameplay trailers, so stay tuned on the TeamVVV website and YouTube channel for more soon.