Motocross-themed debut speeding onto Consoles & PC, Feb 14th


Miniclip, a world leader of market-defining mobile titles, officially enters the console market on February 14 with the release of its arcade-style motocross game, MX Nitro.

Developed especially for PC and Console by Saber Interactive, MX Nitro represents Miniclip’s explosive entrance into the market, giving players the chance to enter the fast-paced and white-knuckle motocross world, stunningly brought to life like never before.

Spanning more than 40 tracks from across the globe, MX Nitro features: career mode, asynchronous multiplayer, hardcore bosses, unique bikes, crazy stunts, bike and rider customisation, challenges and achievements… all to a rockin’ soundtrack!

Combining skill and mastery of some of the most complex motocross stunts, the top of the global leaderboard is there for the taking.

“We are very excited about the release of MX Nitro and can’t wait for fans to play one of our games on consoles & PC for the first time. It represents another huge step for Miniclip and a fantastic start to 2017. We hope that MX Nitro will be a big hit with its combination of speed, stunts and spectacular crashes.” said Rob Small, CEO of Miniclip.

This is Miniclip’s first entry in the console space, since the company was founded in 2001. Miniclip recently surpassed one billion downloads across its mobile games on iOS, Android and Windows devices with over 350 million downloads in the past 12 months alone.

MX Nitro will be released February 14 for Xbox One, Playstation 4, and Steam players.

More information:

  • Single Player Mode
  • Async Multiplayer Mode


  • PS4
  • Xbox One
  • PC


  • PvP with other players’ ghosts
  • 13 Hardcore Bosses
  • More than 40 tracks from around the globe
  • 5 Unique Bikes
  • 55 Crazy Stunts
  • Solo Campaign and multiplayer
  • Bike and rider customization
  • Challenges and achievements
  • Hard Rockin’ Soundtrack


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