I-play has just released details and a handful of screenshots for their upcoming official MotoGP game for the iPhone and iPod touch, MotoGP 2010. The company has had some success in the past with racing titles, although those included vehicles with four wheels, but hopefully it still bodes well for motorcycle racing fans.
MotoGP 2010 will test your driving skills to see if you have what it takes to win a world championship. The game will take you across the world from the U.S. all of the way to Australia, allowing you to compete in all 18 of the official grand prix circuits. You will be able to virtually hop on one of the 10 different MotoGP team bikes, each of which perform a little differently. You will also be competing against the real 17 MotoGP riders, including Valentino Rossi, Casey Stoner, Jorge Lorenzo, Dany Pedrosa and many more.
Handling the bikes will be done via finely tuned tilt controls, which should give beginners and experts alike a chance to fly by the competition. The game will also include two different camera angles, third-person or bumper view. Those dedicated enough to the sport will be able to unlock official images from the 18 circuits, which can then be saved to your Camera Roll.
MotoGP 2010 will be hitting the App Store in exactly one week, Thursday, August 12th, for an undisclosed price.