MTX: Mototrax has already received critical acclaim, earning a 90% rating from Play magazine, which described the game as "impossible to beat" and "a racing force to be reckoned with." MTX: Mototrax is available in retail stores nationwide for the PlayStation®2 computer entertainment system and the Xbox® video game system for a suggested retail price of $49.99 and has been rated "E" - (Everyone - with mild lyrics) by the ESRB.
"MTX: Mototrax groundbreaking non-linear career mode lets players use their skills to progress through different motocross disciplines as they become king of the track, earning the fame and fortune of a true champion," states Dave Stohl, vice president, Activision Studios. "The game's comprehensive online multiplayer capabilities offer high-speed racing action on more than 20 different tracks, delivering the ultimate motocross competition."
MTX: Mototrax delivers an exhilarating mud slinging, fast-paced racing action at 60 frames per second that includes authentic environmental effects, realistic engine sounds and heart pounding rock music. Players can compete online against up to seven other opponents, challenge friends in split-screen multiplayer games or immerse themselves in a single-player career mode in 24 different locations such as the Hawaiian Islands, the Bayou and the Australian Outback. Gamers will realize their freestyle fantasies as their careers culminate in an exclusive ESPN X Games level where they will compete against the top pros.
MTX: Mototrax offers deep customization features that allow players to create their own riders, build their own race tracks, and upgrade bikes and gear from manufacturers like Suzuki, Kawasaki and Yamaha. In their quest to become the ultimate athlete, gamers must steer their careers into the winner's circle to gain sponsors and earn money to purchase new equipment. The game features legendary racer and freestyle rider Travis Pastrana, as well as 12 other top pro riders.
MTX: Mototrax is developed by Left Field Productions, makers of the critically acclaimed Excitebike 64.