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MotoGP 22 introduces local split-screen racing


The annual version of Milestone’s motorcycle GP simulator arrives at the end of the month with some new features including a split screen that can be seen in a gameplay video.

Like every year, Milestone brings some improvements to its motorcycle racing simulatorand MotoGP 22, which will be released on April 21, 2022 on PC, PS4, PS5, XboxOne, Xbox Series and Switchis no exception to the rule.

It can be noted from new facial animations3D characters and improved pits, which will not be a bad thing, but also reworked circuit surfacesa system of updated suspension to enjoy better sensations with height adjustment to better control the compression of these, or even a tire deformation more believable.

The objective is of course to get as close as possible toa realistic experience. But what particularly interests us today is the split-screen local multiplayer which is finally appearing on all media, with the exception of the Switch.

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This will allow, as with Gran Turismo 7 for 4 wheels, to have fun with family or friends on the biggest circuits in the world and on the handlebars of the most powerful two-wheelers in their category (Moto 3, Moto 2 and GP, including 500cc 2-stroke, 4-stroke models in 800cc and 900cc, and those of the 2009 season featured in this episode). But since pictures speak louder than words, we’ll turn to the gameplay video uploaded by the Italian publisher.

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