MX vs ATV: All Out: Anniversary Edition - Xbox One

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MX vs ATV: All Out: Anniversary Edition (Xbox One)
Also for: PS4
Viewed: 3D Third-person, over the shoulder Genre:
Racing: Off-Road
Media: Blu-Ray Arcade origin:No
Developer: Rainbow Studios Soft. Co.: Rainbow Studios
Publishers: THQ Nordic (GB)
Released: 6 Sept 2019 (GB)
Ratings: PEGI 3+
Accessories: Xbox One X Enhanced
Subscriptions: Xbox Live online multiplayer
Features: Shared/split screen
Connectivity: Xbox Live local multiplayer


THQ Nordic and developer Rainbow Studios have really made a big push to immerse you in the world of off-road racing in MX vs ATV: All Out. When you fire up the game you won't go to a menu screen, you'll find yourself in your own compound, a huge world to freeride in. You'll find a a supercross track, motocross track, freestyle ramps, and freeriding area to get lost and let rip in, and it only gets bigger from there with a ton of further tracks and events to choose from, whether speed's your thing or you prefer showing off with fancy stunts and tricks.

Greater attention than ever has been paid to the physics, this time out. The lines and ruts form and break down just like they do in the real dirt, and you can even get cross-rutted coming off a jump if you're not careful.

There are plenty of names in the hat (or helmet) to keep racing fans happy. The deep rider line-up includes current top pros and privateers, former pros, FMX riders, female MX athletes, arenacross riders, and ATV riders, with names like Cooper Webb; Blake Baggett; Joey Savatgy; Davi Millsaps; Austin Forkner; Doug Henry; Stephane Roncada; Michael Bryne, and more in the mix. For those really want to geek out there's gear from top names such as Troy Lee Designs, Thor, Fox Racing, and Fly Racing, too.

This Anniversary Edition gives you plenty of extra bang for your buck, too.

All the most popular DLC is available right out of the box. That includes Ricky Carmichael Farm - GOAT (with two Supercross, one Nationals, one Waypoint, and two Opencross tracks along with multiple trails in Freeride); Slash's Snakepit (with three of the largest Supercross tracks in MX vs ATV history and an FMX area) and the Hometown MX Nationals (Four huge Nationals tracks and two Freeride environments to explore with different time of day variations, too).

All in all, it's a deep dive into the world of off-road racing sure to get any motorsport fan's heart pumping!