We have great news now for those of you waiting to pick up a copy of Capcom’s latest motorcycle racing simulator MotoGP 10/11. Not only have we got confirmation of an official release date, but we’ve also got a few details on the upcoming demo and some recently-released screenshots.
As Mike Jackson over at computerandvideogames.com recently reported, Capcom has just confirmed that the MotoGP 10/11 game will be arriving in U.S. stores on March 15th. Gamers outside the United States have to wait until March 18th, before they can get their hands on the game.
These dates do however appear to be for the PlayStation 3 version, and there doesn’t seem to be any mention of an Xbox 360 release as of yet. Meanwhile, the demo will be available for both platforms and will be arriving sometime in February, although we don’t know exactly when.
The demo will enable players to race as either one of two Repsol team riders, Dani Pedrosa or Andrea Dovizioso. Players will have a choice of a time trial, or a championship race. As Sparky over at teamxbox.com reports, 18 new MotoGP 10/11 screenshots have also been released recently.
You can view all the screenshots here. Will you be buying a copy of the MotoGP 10/11 game?