Milestone has lifted the veil on MotoGP 19‘s multiplayer features with some big improvements across the board.
MotoGP 19 offers players the ability to browse the Public Lobbies list to jump into the action quickly or set up their own fully customisable Grand Prix to race with friends via the new Private Lobbies option.
Milestone has also introduced for the first time in the series, the Race Director Mode which enables players to set race sessions and decide weather conditions on the track. During the race, the director can assign rider penalties for any questionable rider behaviour just like you’ll find in a real MotoGP race.
Additionally, the TV Director mode allows players to manage an array of cameras and overlays to capture all the on-track action to be included in live streams.
The development team has been busy working on improving the stability and reliability of its online experience for MotoGP 19 which should make for more immersive racing.
The biggest step in improving the multiplayer experience in MotoGP 19 is undoubtedly the switch to dedicated servers – a first for a milestone-developed title.
MotoGP 19 will release on June 6 across PlayStation 4, Xbox One and PC. The Nintendo switch version will follow on June 27. The Nintendo Switch release does not include online multiplayer and its features, and will instead feature a local multiplayer component.