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The Official MotoGP Videogame Coming to North & Latin American Consoles and PC with Valentino Rossi: The Game


Bryan Bosch

9-Time World Champion Teams up with Square Enix and Milestone to Deliver the Most Comprehensive Moto-Grand Prix Racing Experience

 

LOS ANGELES – May 12, 2016 – Imagining the career experience of a nine-time MotoGP™ WorldChampion will soon become a reality. Square Enix® and Milestone S.r.l. today announced that Valentino Rossi: The Game will be released on July 26 for Xbox One, PlayStation®4 and PC (Steam).

 

Valentino Rossi The Game will feature more than 90 riders from the official 2016 MotoGP™ roster, with 18 official tracks and historical tracks from previous seasons. Players will get a unique perspective of the motorcycle grand prix world as they follow Rossi’s legendary career in a series of challenges from his debut in 1996 up thru the 2015.

 


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More than just a MotoGP™ game, players will experience the exciting world of Valentino Rossi with all-new expanded game modes dedicated to the career of the 9-time World Champion, including special 2-wheel and 4-wheel drift, rally, flat track, and R1M-only challenges.

 

Players can start their own racing history in the VR|46 Academy through Career Mode and live the dream of becoming an Academy member as they train and craft their abilities at Valentino’s exclusive Rossi Motor Ranch, or any other Game Mode, proving grounds to become amongst the world’s greatest riders.

 

Valentino Rossi The Game will be available for download and at retail with a suggested retail price of $49.99 in North America. The DAY ONE EDITION will also be available and includes the Real Events: 2015 MotoGP™ Season Pack.

 

Related Links

 

Website: www.valentinorossithegame.com
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/motoGPVideogame
Twitter: https://twitter.com/milestoneitaly
Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/milestone_team/

 


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About Milestone

 

Founded in Milan in 1996, Milestone S.r.l. is Italy's leading videogame developer. It is recognized as one of the world's most prominent racing game specialists. The company has established a reputation for exhaustive attention to detail combined with an obsessive pursuit of quality - features that have
been the trademark and philosophy of the company since its inception. The SBK® Superbike World Championship series, MotoGP™, MXGP – The Official Motocross Videogame and the official game of the FIA World Rally Championship bear testimony to Milestone S.r.l.’s continuing commitment to excellence. For more information please visit www.milestone.it

 

Valentino Rossi The Game © 2016 Published and Developed by Milestone S.r.l. All rights reserved. Copyright © 2016 Dorna Sports S.L. - All rights reserved. Copyright © 2016 VR|46 - All rights reserved. VR|46 is a trademark or registered trademark of Valentino Rossi.

 

DRAGON QUEST, FINAL FANTASY, EIDOS, SPACE INVADERS, SQUARE ENIX, the SQUARE ENIX logo, TAITO and TOMB RAIDER are registered trademarks or trademarks of the Square Enix group of companies. Milestone is a registered trademark of Milestone S.r.l. All other trademarks are the property of their respective owners.


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