Motorcycle racing looks scary: MotoGP 13

by: Nathaniel -
The second gameplay video for the motorcycle racing sim MotoGP 13 is out and it specifically shows off the different camera angles you'll have available during gameplay.  There are three: Third Person, Cockpit, and Helmet. 

Third Person will offer light shaking and wind noise while being fully adjustable to fit the player's needs.  Cockpit view is just what it sounds like.  Helmet give the closest approximation to what it is like to be a real MotoGP rider with lots of noise and sway.

MotoGP 13 is set for release this year for the Xbox 360, PS3, Windows PC, and PS Vita.

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Gran Premio bwin de España –The second Gameplay Video highlights the differences between MotoGP™13’s camera views
 
 Check the video on: http://youtu.be/X_RmxMeBkOU
  
10th April 2013, Milano – Milestone, one of the most recognized racing videogame developers and publishers for consoles and Windows® PC, releases today the second Gameplay Video for its upcoming Motorbike title MotoGP™13, the  official MotoGP™ World Championship 2013 game, which will be out in June 2013. This video, through Gran Premio bwin de España – Jerez, shows the differences between the MotoGP™13’s camera views: 

-          Third Person: is the game’s default camera with its light shaking behavior and the wind noise when racing at high speed. This will furthermore satisfy all players’ needs. This view is adjustable (changing the distance between the camera and the bike) during the gameplay session.
-          Cockpit: Cockpit view is a camera with a swinging cockpit
-          Helmet: the Helmet view guarantees the most realist effect ever, driving the player into a real MotoGP riders view
 
“There’s one single concept we wanted to carry on throughout the whole game, a very simple one, but so important: “be the rider”. With this concept, the most immersive and compelling way to ride is using the “helmet view”, where both visuals, audio, dynamics are meant to recreate the actual riders’ point of view. We wanted it to be realistic, but in a way that everybody could switch to it and feel at home in no time”, affirms Michele Caletti, Game Director Milestone.
 
Developed by Milestone studio, MotoGP™13 is scheduled for release in 2013 for the Xbox 360® video game and entertainment system from Microsoft, PlayStation®3, Windows PC and PlayStation®Vita.
 
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