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SGO Weekly: Monster Truck Championship, MotoGP 21, and More! (2/12/2021 – 2/18/2021)

The SGO Weekly breaks down news that may have gone unnoticed throughout the previous week. In addition to general news, this includes reveals, trailers, and announcements. Check out this week’s breakdown featuring details on Monster Truck Championship coming to next gen consoles, the MotoGP 21 announcement and more!

SGO Weekly: Monster Truck Championship & more!

MotoGP 21 plans for April 2021 launch

Milestone and Dorna Sports S.L. announced MotoGP 21 launches on April 22. The game releases on PlayStation 4, PlayStation 5, Xbox One, Xbox Series X|S, Nintendo Switch, PC via Steam and Epic Games Store. MotoGP 21 features a new progressive Managerial Career mode providing players with an immersive racing sim experience.

In addition, MotoGP 21 introduces:

  • Bike Retrieval Sequence. After falling, players need to get up and retrieve their bike.
  • Brake Temperature. Monitoring the temperature of brakes is key to having the situation under control
  • Long Lap Penalty.
  • A revised Bike Suspension System

All-new Dodgeball-inspired Team-based Multiplayer Game from EA

This week, EA announced Knockout City. Developed by Velan Studios, Knockout City turns regulars dodgeball into an action-packed team-based multiplayer game. Players will need to need master the throwing, catching, passing as well as dodging to survive. Furthermore, Knockout City May 21, 2021 launches on PS4, Xbox One, Switch, PC via Origin and Steam as well as PS5 and Xbox Series X|S. However, new gen consoles will have access through backwards compatibility while leveraging graphical and performance enhancements. In addition, the game will support cross-play and cross-progression across all systems.

Monster Truck Championship arrives on next-generation consoles

NACON and TEYON revealed Monster Truck Championship will be available on PlayStation 5 and Xbox Series X|S. Players can access the next generation version starting March 11.

In Monster Truck Championship, players take the wheel of one of 16 vehicles across five event types. In these events, players compete across 25 stadiums and circuits in various cities across the United States. Preferring a realistic approach to driving, Monster Truck Championship gives players the chance to take part in frenzied races all while performing aerial and ground moves. In addition, Monster Truck Championship includes:

  • 25 circuits in different cities
  • 5 types of event including Time-Trial and Drag Races
  • 16 customizable vehicles
  • Realistic driving and physics
  • Online mode for up to 8 players
  • A Career mode

GENSOU Skydrift coming to PS5 and PS4

GENSOU Skydrift, a spell-slinging tag-team racer, heads to PlayStation 4 and PlayStation 5 on March 9. PS5 users will have access through backwards compatibility. In GENSOU Skydrift, players take control of a tag-team from 22 Touhou Project characters. One magical girl flies through the air, meanwhile, the other girl, saddled on the racer’s back, deploys magic spells and obstacles for opponents.

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