It’s time for this week’s SGO Inside Drive where we bring you bits of news you may have missed. This week features news from MXGP 2019, Truck Racing Championship, and more. As always, check below for all the latest details.
SGO Inside Drive 7/19: MXGP 2019 & More!
MXGP 2019 Gameplay Trailer
If you haven’t already, be sure to check out the feature trailer above that dives into the highly anticipated features coming to MXGP 2019. A first for the franchise, MXGP will include a Track Editor. Players will have a selection of fully customizable Motocross modules allowing them to mix and match a range of pieces. The Track Editor will also feature different environments to house each track all with different set pieces like woods, desert, and more. Lastly, player created tracks can be shared with the community.
Additionally, MXGP 2019 will feature a new Waypoint Mode that puts players in something of a playground while giving them the ability to place checkpoints and set challenges for others in a free roam environment. MXGP 2019 will be available August 27th on PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and Windows PC.
PlayStation 4 System Update 6.72
Sony recently released a new system update for its flagship console, the PlayStation 4. Given the version number, you can already deduce it is not a major update. While it does run about half a gigabyte, the notes only states it provides performance improvements.
Truck Racing Championship Available Now
This week marks the launch of BigBen’s Truck Racing Championship, the official European Truck Racing simulation game. To be specific, the game is not available on PC; Xbox One, PlayStation 4, Nintendo Switch versions will be launching August 20.
Truck Racing Championship Features:
- 45 trucks from top manufacturers including Volvo, Mercedes-Benz, and Western Star
- 7 recreated circuits of the ETRC, as well as 6 iconic circuits such as Laguna Seca and Fuji Speedway.
- 20 official teams and championship drivers
- 5 solo and 5 multiplayer modes including a local split-screen mode
Super Mega Baseball 2 on Nintendo Switch
Metalhead Software’s Super Mega Baseball 2 will be coming to the Nintendo Switch for the first time as Super Mega Baseball 2: Ultimate Edition. As expected, the ultimate edition includes the base game plus the complete library of downloadable content. In addition, it will feature online play and runs at 60 fps in both docked and handheld modes. Also, the ultimate edition will launch on Xbox One, PlayStation 4 and Steam as a new bundle for $29.99 USD.
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