MX vs ATV was one of the most popular motorsport games there was. Unfortunately, MX vs ATV was backed up by THQ and when they went bust back in 2013 we though that it would be the end of the MX vs ATV series. Fast forward to the present day and we see the return of the game under a new publisher THQ Nordic and with the same development studio, Rainbow Studios.
THQ Nordic isn’t the original THQ and were originally Nordic Games, CEO Lars Eric Olof Wingefors acquired major parts of THQ when it was sold off. Nordic Games changed its name to THQ Nordic, using the THQ trademark they had acquired previously, to regain its association with their franchises acquired from THQ along with THQ Digital Phoenix which was renamed back to its original name of Rainbow Studios.
All Out was the dream game everyone wanted but never expected. It features everything people have loved from past games with better graphics and better everything.
In MX vs ATV All Out, players start out on their own and find your Rider Style at your own private compound, Free Ride across massive environments, and compete in the best series events! earning valuable upgrades while honing your racing skills along the way. Not only can you make your character yours but you can also personalise and upgrade vehicles showing them off in your show room of a garage.
Players can choose to explore massive open-world environments finding the biggest jumps for the gnarliest tricks or the most technical paths or compete in wide range of events in Supercross, Nationals, Opencross, Waypoint, and Tag events on all the biggest tracks. All of this plus an insane stunt system in freestyle mode, two-player split-screen, and 16-players competing online.
MX vs ATV All Out, will launch worldwide on March 27, 2018 for PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC.