When you can’t be out riding your motorcycle, the next best thing is a good two wheeled racing game. Here are some of the best motorcycle games for the PlayStation 4.
Ride 2 is the ultimate motorcycle game, with over 230 licensed bikes across a wide range of categories including superbikes, cafe racers, supermotard, and many more. Each bike can be modded and customized with parts and accessories, to improve performance and handling, leading some people to call this the Gran Tourismo of motorcycle games.
Players can ride on thirty of the world’s most famous motorcycle tracks, including the Nurburgring, Monza, Donington, and city tracks such as Miami and Milan. As well as a ton of amazing content, Ride 2 offers players the most realistic simulation ever seen in a motorcycle game. A must-buy for all motorcycle loving gamers.
MX vs. ATV: Supercross Encore – 2017 Official Track Edition
Race dirt bikes and quads on over 35 different tracks, including all 16 official 2017 Super-cross Championship tracks. The game features single player mode, split-screen two player, or up to 12 person online multiplayer races. The game features all of the official gear, logos, and manufacturers for the 2017 season, for a completely authentic experience.
This newest version brings the game right up to date for the current generation consoles, with cutting edge graphics and gameplay.
MotoGP16: Valentino Rossi
This game lets you follow in the footsteps of one of the world’s greatest motorcycle racers, Valentino Rossi – The Doctor!
Starting in 1996 as Rossi launched his career, this game will lead you through a series of challenges as he increases his skills and rises through the ranks to become world champion. A great game for MotoGP fans.
This is the most recent version of the popular MotoGP simulation franchise, but for some reason it never got released in the US market, despite proving popular in Europe. But don’t worry, hardcore MotoGP fans can get their hands on it thanks to suppliers importing English language copies from the UK.
It’s a couple of years old now, but still stands up pretty well and if you love MotoGP, this is the most faithful simulation you’ll find. As well as all the tracks, riders and manufacturers present in the 2015 season, the game also features a historic class which lets players access bikes from as far back as 1992. And you know what that means – 500cc two-stroke madness!