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Monster Energy Supercross 5 Shows Off New Gameplay

On the heels of the fantastic racer Hot Wheels Unleashed, developer Milestone is gearing up for its newest Supercross game. Since Monster Energy Supercross’ debut in 2018, the company has strived to give gamers a realistic gameplay experience. Milestone’s official gameplay reveal of Monster Energy Supercross 5 proves that the game hasn’t changed much visually but does focus more on gameplay. 

Now, this new trailer shows off a 22-man circuit from a third and first person view. However, first-person POV proves to be more challenging due to dirt getting on your goggles during a race. With that said, the gameplay looks more realistic and the bikes appear to have more weight to them.

Supercross 5’s Gameplay Improvements

Monster Energy Supercross 5 will feature enhanced gameplay improvements mainly to bike control, giving players more precision when drifting through turns and executing jumps. In addition, the suspension system and drift management have been redefined for more control over throttle and drifting. 

If you have never played a Supercross game and are unsure if it’s your cup of tea, then check out our SGO review on Monster Energy Supercross 4.

Monster Energy Supercross 4 is a game that doesn’t see anything too drastic happen to it. Whether you are playing on last-gen, next-gen, or PC, you’ll feel right at home with the overall Supercross experience. The racing is fun on the higher difficulties, and the career is deep enough to keep you wanting to get to the top of the Monster Energy Supercross standings.” – SGO Managing Editor Mike Straw.

Monster Energy Supercross 5 will be racing to stores on March 17. You can pre-order the game now for PlayStation 5, PlayStation 4, Xbox Series X|S, Xbox One, PC.


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