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Motorcycle Club Sounds Like The Crew With Bikes
Publisher Koch Media has announced that its racing game, Motorcycle Club, will be distributed by BigBen Interactive. Moreover, the game’s release date is set on November 28, 2014.
In Motorcycle Club, players manage a group of riders, as well as their vehicles. It’s possible to collect up to 22 different bikes, which includes brand names like BMW Motors, Kawasaki and KTM.
Motorcycles come in three different categories: Roadster, Custom and Superbike. As such, you can expect a varying degree of locations for race tracks.
Environments change from forest roads and highways kissed by the sun’s glare, to cityscapes and secluded, asphalt circuits. There’s a day and night mechanism in Motorcycle Club for some scenery alterations in its 20 different tracks.
Money earned from races can be put to use to collect bigger and better bikes that can be stored in a garage. Additionally, it’s possible to customize riders with new gear as well.
During races, Motorcycle Club will allow for dynamic challenges to appear, which includes the ability to change bikes mid-race. This appends the purely arcade racing elements of the game. There are nine different factions on the road.
Aside from a singleplayer mode, Motorcycle Club allows for up to four players online.
Motorcycle Club is in hands of French developer Kylotonn Games, whose last title was a highly underwhelming game called The Cursed Crusade. It sounds like they’re going for a miniature version of Ubisoft’s The Crew, but with bikes instead of cars.
Motorcycle Club will release for Playstation 4, Playstation 3, Xbox 360 and PC. Strangely enough, an Xbox One version isn’t a part of the announcement.