Milestone has released a second batch of screenshots for their upcoming next-gen debut project MotoGP '14, this time showcasing two tracks on the MotoGP championship calendar: the Circuit de Barcelona-Catalunya and TT Circuit Assen situated in the Netherlands.
As you would expect, both of these tracks look to be realistic recreations of the real life tracks with increased levels of detail compared to MotoGP '13, thanks to the increased horsepower of the PS4. Several of the screenshots seem to want to draw your attention to the improved grass textures. Because every racing game should have good grass textures. New cloud effects can also be seen – we prsume MotoGP '14 will have a dynamic weather system, just as MotoGP '13 did.
Of course, what we're really waiting for is the inevitable inaugural gameplay video which shouldn't be long in coming, judging from Milestone's previous marketing campaigns: publicity for WRC and MotoGP '13 started with early screenshots showing some of the tracks but none of the vehicles, before unleashing a gameplay trailer showing a full lap of a circuit, and it looks like MotoGP '14 is getting the same treatment. It's becoming a predictable pattern, really.