|Game Title:||MotoGP 19|
|Game Developer:||Milestone S.r.l.|
|Game Publisher:||Milestone S.r.l.|
|Initial Release Date:||6 Jun 2019|
|Genre:||Racing, Simulation, Sports|
Career Key Mode Players will be able to choose between two versions: standard carrier driving aids, race weekend sessions, and customized experience in terms of length. Either way, the player will not be free to start with the best teams, he will have to be fast to unlock contracts with the best teams.
Each team will have different goals: exceeding them will bring the player to the first drive, failing multiple times will lead to dismissal. During the season the player will have different opportunities to interact with better teams or stay in the current team.
Before the start of the first race, winter tests will be conducted: the player will have to try different packages and then choose one to start the season. During the season the bike can be improved by spending points in various aspects which can be obtained during the free practice test.
In addition to career mode, Quick Mode provides Grand Prix mode where the player can set race weekends and choose from all available categories (depending on the class, there may be limitations regarding track selection).
Championship mode allows players to create their own championships with a custom schedule and race with one of the categories available in the game, including Moto E and historical bikes (limits also apply here). The last mode is the time trial provided by the online leader board which is divided into different classes and ghosts of other players who have tried to post time.
- Decent graphics, not so different from GP18, the effect of rain is really cool.
- There is so much to do over 18, the historical challenges are cold and difficult, the fat is fun.
- Good online, no breaks, and more control over the race (you can choose the length of tracks, QP …).
- Online has director mode which looks really good (didn’t check it out but saw it on a stream).
- AI’s attitude is better than before, not in a straight line.
- Tire allocation and redesign of development tests is a good addition to career mode.
- Pro carrier is really good and you have to push yourself to stay on your wheels throughout the race.
- Here are some really annoying bugs:
- Sometimes a bike starts 200 meters in front of the grid, which is really stressful in a professional career because you can’t start the race again.
- Sometimes you’ll be in third gear (or 2nd or 1st) instead of N on the initial grid.
- The game is running on the desktop for no reason (happened 4 times in 24 hours, unrealistic message in engine 4).
- AI is weird atm … in the rookie’s cup, moto3 and moto2 (looks good in MotoGP) times are very wide, and the Rockies cup is unbeatable in 120% difficulty because (3 riders are very fast) Are).
- Lack of online content (no rankings, no tournaments …), you can only race one with QP.
- You can only run on 4 tracks in motos.
- I found that the wet state has more EL, QP, races, it seems that half of each race week is wet (based on 10-weekend races so far).
Private and public sessions are available: private is fully customizable while the public is only in certain aspects: physics and transmission are locked, which means that each player can choose the model of his choice, fines more tolerable level Are set to and conflict is active.
A nice addition is Race Director mode where some players will be assigned as race directors who will show flags and pay fines.
The experience is fine but it can be improved: the player limit is set at 12, the player base is not very good and there is no A.I. Which, of course, made the video an overnight sensation.
All the bikes and circuits for the 2019 season are in the game. There are also new MotoE (new full-electric category), historic bikes, and 3 historic tracks with a total of 176 riders, 52 bikes, and 22 tracks.
The game has good hard scalability for both AI and driving aids which makes the game suitable for everyone.
Disabling all AIDS and setting the physics to Pro makes it difficult to control the bike, especially by disabling the electronics on the bike (traction control, anti-wheel, and engine braking).
Difficulty – A.N.N.A.
This year A.I. Administered by A.N.N.A(artificial neural network agent) is made by an Italian company Orobix.
This is neural A.I. Which, of course, made the video an overnight sensation. The result is good but given the conversation, apparently, for the veterans of this series, A.I. is Slightly contradictory and sometimes slow even in the most difficult. This problem may be related to the use of this new technology. Anyway, the result is still good.
The bike handles well and the controls are reactive and without input intervals. The weight transfer with the controller is also well managed and it helps in some situations like in the initial stage where the bike has to be kept on the ground because, even with anti-wheel at maximum level, The front part will rise, which will waste the player’s time and positions.
Graphics and performance
The details of the bike are very good and so are the effects of dirt on them. Unfortunately, visual impairment is poor and limited to a few scratches.
Ragdolls are fine even if they get on the bike when they fall. The tracks are well-crafted with the details of the trackside but more details like mountains and hills conflict with the low resolution and quality of the rest of the graphics.
Test PC reveals excellent performance with high detail at 60fps. Load time is low and there are many graphics settings that provide good scalability.
The sounds of bikes are good and true to their real counterparts, the sounds of historical bikes are also good. With the helmet cam, the audio becomes louder, giving an idea of what the rider is really hearing.
There is also TV commentary but their lines are repeated a lot. From this point of view, a better job could be done to provide a deeper experience.
System Requirements MotoGP 19 Game
- OS: 64-bit Windows 7/8.1/10
- Processor: Intel Core i5-2500, AMD FX-8100 or equivalent
- Memory: 8 GB RAM
- Graphics: NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1050 with 2 GB VRAM or more / AMD Radeon HD 7950 with 2 GB VRAM or more
- Hard Drive: 16 GB available space
- DirectX: Version 11
- Sound Card: DirectX compatible
How to Install MotoGP 19 For PC?
- Extract the file using “Winrar”.
- Open the “MotoGP 19- PC Free Now” folder.
- Click On”setup” and Install the game.
- After installation, Go to the extracted folder, Open the “CODEX” folder, copy all files and paste it where you install the game.
- Click on the “motogp19” icon to play the game.
|File Size: 14.6 GB||Download Here|