Milestone's MotoGP 14, a complete reworking of the MotoGP series, is finally arriving in North America on November 4 later this year. Other than a sneaky announcement that Bandai Namco would be publishing the title in North America earlier this year, details have been surprisingly mum. It makes sense then that Bandai Namco is kicking off a last-minute advertising campaign starting with today's MotoGP 14 teaser trailer.
The teaser, which I believe is an in-engine cinematic, shows off some of the improvements that Milestone has made over MotoGP 13. MotoGP 14 features an all new sound and graphics engine, which hopefully means we'll see a disgustingly beautiful motorcycle racing game as the series starts its PlayStation 4 and Xbox One run. Still, something does feel a tad lacking from the trailer. I suppose an upgraded engine only does so much when you have sketchy animations.
As far as content goes, MotoGP 14 will retain many if not all of the features from its predecessor. All three classes, Moto3, Moto 2, and MotoGP will be included in the game, as well as all circuits, teams and racers from the 2014 MotoGP World Championship. Players will create their own racer for career mode, which will be similar to MotoGP 13, or they can dive into 12-person multiplayer matches as well as a half-dozen other various gameplay modes.
MotoGP 14 will be available starting November 4 on PlayStation 4, Xbox One, PlayStation 3, Xbox 360 and PC. The game has been out in Europe since June 20 earlier this year.