MotoGP 13

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MotoGP 13
MotoGP13 cover.jpg

Developer(s) Milestone
Publisher(s) Milestone
Series MotoGP
Platform(s) PlayStation 3, Microsoft Windows, PlayStation Vita, Xbox 360
Release date(s)
  • EU 21 June 2013
  • AUS 4 July 2013
  • NA 17 June 2014
Genre(s) Racing, Motorcycling, Simulation
Mode(s) Single-player, Multiplayer, Multiplayer online
Distribution Optical disc, download

MotoGP 13 is a motorcycle racing game developed and published by Milestone on 21 June 2013. The game was announced by Milestone taking back production, after its departure on the franchise with MotoGP '08. Along with the racing game's inclusion on the PlayStation Vita handheld, Milestone announced that it would return support to the PC,[1] as well as versions for Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3.

Before the game release, Milestone released a demo version of the game on 12 June 2013 on PC and on Xbox 360 for Xbox Live Gold members. For Xbox Live Silver members the release of the demo was slightly later on 16 June 2013. The PS3 demo was set to also be released on 12 June but was delayed and was instead released on 19 June.[2]


MotoGP 13 features all the tracks, riders and teams from the 2013 season of MotoGP, Moto 2 and Moto 3 world championships.[citation needed]

MotoGP 13 features 4 single player game modes: Grand Prix, World Championship, Career and Time attack. Grand Prix is a standard mode where the player picks a class, team and rider along with the track and weather conditions. This game mode takes the player across a single Grand Prix weekend including practice, qualifying and the race. World Championship mode allows the player to ride a full or custom season in either MotoGP, Moto 2 or Moto 3.[citation needed]

Career mode is the main single player mode and incorporates first and third person elements. Upon a few wildcard events, the player will earn a ride in Moto 3 and begin their career. From here the player rides through multiple seasons, earning new rides with the aim of ultimately becoming Moto GP world champion. Career mode boasts many new features to MotoGP video games. These include Parc Ferme, motorhomes and a walkable garage. The career mode is also expanded with objectives given from your own Personnel Manager.[citation needed]

Time Attack allows the player to race themselves endlessly against the clock. Multiplayer features online game modes as well as split screen multiplayer.[citation needed]

Multiple physics settings and aids allow for beginners as well as the experienced to have an immersive experience.[citation needed]

A brand new weather systems also features in MotoGP13. The player can select from 5 weather options one of which is dynamic where the race could start in dry conditions and then begin to rain during the race.[citation needed]

The game features in game commentary from Moto GP international commentator Gavin Emmett, a real life based HUD and a brand new helmet cam similar to the one seen in Shift 2: Unleashed.[citation needed]

A demo of the game was released in early June and players would be able to choose either Valentino Rossi or Marc Marquez and race 3 laps at Circuit de Catalunya.[3][4] [5][6] The game features 100 GP Levels which are unlocked by gaining XP Points from racing.


The Game Scouts: "MotoGP 13 is an unquestionably superb racer that’s only held back by technical shortcomings and a lack of depth. If you’re willing to look past the aging visuals and limited Career mode, MotoGP 13 offers some of the most thrilling and engaging GP bike racing out there. With a little more visual pizzazz and a more stable performance, MotoGP could earn its place amongst the best in the genre."[7]


Aggregate scores
Aggregator Score
Metacritic 72[8]
Review scores
Publication Score
IGN 6.5/10[9]
Eurogamer 8/10[10]