MotoGP 19 release date and gameplay rumours

With the Moto GP 2019 season set to kick off in March, fans are starting to wonder when MotoGP 19 will appear on consoles and PCs. Despite no announcement just yet, we expect Milestone to announce the next game in the MotoGP series in the coming weeks. So, what should fans expect?

Here’s all we know about MotoGP 19, including expected announcement and release dates, platform support and gameplay changes we’d like to see.

When will MotoGP 19 be announced and released?

The biggest question revolves around the reveal and subsequent release of the early-anticipated MotoGP 19. While we’ve got no official word on when to expect an announcement, we can look back at last year to get a good idea of what to expect.

MotoGP 18 was revealed at the end of March 2018, and was released months later, in June 2018. It’s a similar story with MotoGP 17 – it was revealed in March 2017 and was released in June 2017. With that in mind, we expect a March 2019 announcement of MotoGP 19, which should be followed by a June 2019 release date.

We’ll be sure to update this section as soon as we hear more about the MotoGP 19 release date.

Which platforms will MotoGP 19 be available on?

Despite the fact that MotoGP 19 hasn’t been announced yet, we can make an educated guess at platform support. As with the release date, past MotoGP releases suggest that this year’s title should be available on PS4, Xbox One, PC and the Nintendo Switch, though we hope the Switch version isn’t delayed this time around.

What gameplay changes will MotoGP 19 feature?

While we won’t know for sure what improvements Milestone has implemented in this year’s variant of MotoGP until it’s revealed, we can speculate. That’s half the fun, right?

We expect the presence of all MotoGP 2019 season classes in this year’s campaign mode alongside improvements to the AI system, more tracks and further refinement of the eSports aspect of the game which was introduced in 2017. An upgrade in the graphics department would be nice too, especially when you have ultra-realistic games like Forza Horizon 4 and Project CARS 2 on the market.

We’ll be sure to update this article as soon as we find out more about MotoGP 19, whether that be in the form of an official announcement or online rumours. Check back frequently for the latest news!


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