Kilograms of clay were already released in the 2021 Monster Energy Supercross and now you can do it from your own living room with the official game for the sport. The fourth game in the series offers you a realistic racing experience, but one that really blows you!
What is that?
Talk to a Motocross fan and he’ll tell you that the sport is completely different to what Max Verstappen and Lewis Hamilton have every year. When it comes to Formula 1 speed, the Motocross is about blatant engines, jumps, agility and above all a lot of mud. Drivers literally fly meters in the air and drive hop-on-hop on the most varied tracks of America’s Monster Energy AMA Supercross FIM Championship in America. Watching the game is fun, but trying it on the latest generation of consoles is a bit more intense, as Monster Energy Supercross 4: The Official Videogame has proven.
In the game, just like in sports like FIFA and Formula 1, you are immersed in the world of sports in a somewhat realistic way. You’ll have the opportunity to create your own rider, complete with a custom Jersey number and dirt bike, then start your digital sports career in Career Mode. Along the way, you’ll encounter famous racers who must be defeated on 17 different tracks across 11 stadiums to become champions at the end of the tour. The game also provides you the opportunity to ride in solo races with your favorite driver or compete online against the rest of the world in a race or championship. There is something for every fanatical.
Is it something?
While you can jump straight into an online or offline race, the game’s career mode is in the limelight. This mode is incredibly comprehensive and takes you through futures into the entry-level category. If you manage to triumph among the beginners and leave everyone behind like the real Speedy Gonzales, you will drop into the pro category, but for that you have to come from a good home.
Monster Energy Supercross is a very challenging game. You have to do that, because no one with no experience has ever stepped on a motorcycle to do the things you do in this game. Good timing and judgment are essential in sport and thus in realistic motorcycle racing game as well. One wrong step and bites in the sand, sometimes to frustration. Because falling can mean last place, just like a wrongly played ball can lead to a goal against it during a soccer match.
No, the game is not intended for beginners with a dot driver’s license, although there are enough options to make your life a little easier. Auto switch and balance, for example, takes some of the work off your hands, although that doesn’t always seem to you that it does that often. However, with each jump, you have to pay attention to what the track brings you and how you have to land to become the winner in the end. For advanced players, Monster Energy offers all kinds of options to enjoy. The engine is fully tunable right before the race, so fanatics can dive into the game and respond to the changing weather conditions the game provides. Plus, essential skills, which can be played freely, contribute when it comes to depth, although they are mainly limited to better braking, more balance, and tighter cornering.
Pros and Cons
+ Many different modes
+ Too much mess for the extremists
+ Official jobs and drivers
Reaching for beginners could be better
Monster Energy Supercross The Official Videogame 4 is a game to enjoy for real sandy bunnies looking for a big challenge. The game is complete with all drivers and jobs and provides the opportunity to experience a digital career on your own and theft online is massively in all kinds of options. For starters, there is only some sand in the engine as the game really isn’t accessible. They will first have to drink a lot of Monster Energy during their workouts to truly participate in this challenging game.
This review is in collaboration with XGN.NL.
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