With MXGP 3 available now for the PlayStation 4, Xbox One and PC, you may be pondering a purchase, but are not quite sure what to expect. Fortunately, you have stumbled across the correct place thanks to our overview video (seen below) where we go through all of the title's modes and features.
MXGP 3 stands out thanks to the switch to the Unreal Engine 4 for developer Milestone. This affords extra grunt to enable multiple weather effects (a first for the series) along with improved audio and graphics.
Perhaps the biggest feature in MXGP 3 is the depth of its ground deformation: every rut makes a difference and you'll need to seek them out to get around each turn as fast as possible.
MXGP 3 should satisfy the beginner and veteran rider alike with the option to run manual or automatic dual brakes, rider movement and gearing and comes with three different handling modes.
In our overview we discuss each mode available, compare all of the weather types, check out the various online server options and take a look at a number of tracks with different weather conditions, time of day and surface types. You can view the MXGP 3 overview video below and we'll have more on the title very shortly, if there's anything you would specifically like to see let us know in the comments section.