Milestone has announced Monster Energy Supercross – The Official Videogame 6 featuring eight game modes, revised AI, physics and new riding settings. Multiplayer will be enhanced with the introduction of the new Supercross Park and Rhythm Attack game modes, as well as an online ranking system and full console cross-play.
Monster Energy Supercross – The Official Videogame 6 is scheduled to release on March 9, 2023, for PlayStation 5, PlayStation 4, Xbox Series X|S, Xbox One, Windows PC, and Steam. Free upgrades from PlayStation 4 to PlayStation 5 and Xbox Smart Delivery will be included.
Players will be guided through a revised career mode featuring the sport’s official riders and tracks by seven-time Supercross champion Jeremy McGrath. Players will climb the ladder from beginner to pro in the most realistic and interactive way possible by searching for sponsors for the 250SX Futures Class and dueling 450SX Class Championship rivals.
As players advance through the Supercross Academy, the “King of Supercross” will guide them through tutorials and challenges designed to ease their learning curve and speed up their progression. Newcomers can take their first steps into the Supercross world with these tools, whereas experienced players can reach their full potential. There will be several new tools and settings that will allow players to customize their riding aids (such as auto steering, auto brakes, auto throttle, etc.) and bike set-ups in preparation for the world’s toughest off-road motorcycle championship.
Players will be able to personalize their riders’ abilities through the skill tree and design their very own riding style that suits their abilities. Additionally, the Rider Shape System will emphasize mental and physical health. To stay in peak condition and to achieve the best results, riders will need to recover from injuries and poor performances.
Monster Energy Supercross – The Official Videogame 6 also includes the Supercross Park, a massive free-roaming area with five different areas for solo or cooperative play. Players can utilize this time to recover from injuries and take a break from the competition under the guidance of coach McGrath.
Free roam allows riders to ride original tracks, huge jumps and find hidden zones. A new head-to-head mode called Rhythm Attack provides players an opportunity to compete in quick 1v1 shootout races on a straight rhythm section where speed and skills will determine the winner. Split-screen mode also makes a return for local competition.
Online matchmaking across every console will be available along with a new ranking system that will constantly track online accomplishments. Helmet and track editors will provide plenty of creative designs and will be sharable online across all platforms.