Valentino Rossi: The Game Trailer Showcases Different Modes, Vehicles

A new trailer was released by Milestone for their upcoming racing title, Valentino Rossi: The Game. The new trailer Features some of the MotoGP bikes in action, along with a few of the tracks players will be racing on.

The first part of the trailer focuses on the MotoGP races, taking turns at high speeds and racing the professional circuits with high-end two-wheeled motor vehicles. The middle part of the trailer gives gamers a nice look at the technical, skill-based Rally discipline that they’ll be able to explore in the game, racing across asphalt tracks while a co-pilot directs them through obstacle courses.

They also cover some of the Flat Track races that will span the likes of both off-road dirt segments and asphalt segments with the Motocross style bikes. The segment after that gives gamers a look at the R1M class of motorcyles, and then they round everything out with a look at the Drift class. You can check out the trailer below.

Milestone has been peppering the news waves with a variety of trailers, each one showcasing something a little bit different and a little bit unique each time around. My only concern is how well each racing discipline will be represented in the game when it launches, and whether or not each one will be fully fleshed out. It’s easy to throw in a lot of different modes with very little depth and call it a day, so let’s hope Milestone goes for both quantity and quality this time around.

The newest trailer reminds racing enthusiasts that Valentino Rossi: The Game sports the full MotoGP 2016 season, historical tracks and riders, the Flat Track races, Drift races, Rally races and R1M races.

There’s quite a bit of content being jam packed into Milestone’s latest release, which is set to launch for the Xbox One, PS4 and PC on July 26th in two month’s time. You can keep track of the game’s progress and content by heading on over to the official Valentino Rossi: The Game’s website.


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