Rip, jump and scrub your way to victory with over 45 tracks in this vastly extended version! Only the Encore edition features the brand new Rhythm Racing mode, extra outdoor Nationals tracks, and exclusive Waypoint races in open world maps. The improved game engine brings remastered HD graphics & sound, smoother online gameplay, and updated riding physics for full control. Bonus for Xbox One: Brand new tracks for Supercross, Nationals and Waypoint plus extra Rhythm Racing tracks! Features: - More than twice as many tracks as the original MX vs. ATV Supercross - Rhythm Racing mode: Drag race your friends on straight dirt tracks filled with obstacles and jumps - 12 player online mode - 2 player split screen - Free Ride mode for racing without boundaries - All new gear and graphics kits - Over 60 professional riders to race against - More than 80 licensed motocross companies for maximum authenticity - Remastered audio which includes for the first time 3D positional sounds and new environmental effects - Comprehensive tutorial section with pro tips for newcomers to the series

Available on

Xbox One

Xbox One


  • Multiplayer Online- 2 to 12 players
  • Multiplayer Local- 2 players

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Published by
Nordic Games

Release date

Approximate download size
13.77 GB

  • Age rating
  • Entertainment Software Rating Board


    Online Interactions Not Rated by the ESRB

    Mild Suggestive Themes

In-app purchases
$1.99 - $59.99

Install on your home Xbox One console plus have access when you’re connected to your Microsoft account.

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Platform: Xbox

Slighty worse version of Reflex

Somehow the controls feel worse than previous games, yet the bikes handle slightly better. No representations of real bikes without dlc. The graphics are like an odd mix between 360 and XbOne graphics. Although, the tracks were well designed. This game did not bring me back to those great times playing unleashed (or at least Reflex) like I had hoped. I wish I could get a refund on digital games...

6 out of 6 people found this helpful.




Platform: Xbox

Not Impressed

The free ride tracks are small, with not much going on. No matter what terrain you drive on the bike handles the same. There are no brand name motorcycles unless you spend real money on dlc. Custimaztion is lacking. There are frame stutters and other graphics bugs. The bike physics are buggy and sometimes you get spun around all crazy. This is a $15 game at best. i bought it because nostalgia and have been wanting a new AtV Offroad Fury,or the old school MX vsATV. This is not the game i was hoping for.

3 out of 3 people found this helpful.




Platform: Xbox

Finally a decent dirtbike game for next gen

While Encore isnt quite as good as Reflex (which is the gold standard of dirtbike games by the way), this version of Supercross is well deserving of the 4 star rating I gave it. Scrubbing and whipping were awesome and the physics were basically perfect in Reflex and yet, for some reason they changed the physics and ended up making abolutely terrible games like Untamed and the 360 version of Supercross. Well, Encore is a step in the right direction. First, get rid of the stupid pre-loading! It has always been a bad idea and it still is. Second, the suspension needs to actually absorb bumps. These games always make the bikes feel like they are pogo sticks and it is impossible to get any flow. Third, stop whatever you guys are doing with whips and scrubbing and go back to how it was on Reflex. Lastly, make a legit career mode and way more free ride areas! Ive been riding over 20 years so if you want to hire me to consult on the next game, just get my email from microsoft :-)

2 out of 2 people found this helpful.




Platform: Xbox

really fun but ugly

game is fun and has much diversity in tracks and racestyles but graphics are subpar for this generation and framerate dips a lot, also in freeride mode the visuals get really fuzzy and blurred,

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Platform: Xbox


It looks bad, its buggy and runs bad. Has some tracks from past games which is cool but it seems like they put no time and effort into it at all. I do like how you can download different bikes but it is overpriced. Overall, not impressed.

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Platform: Xbox

Just Bad Physics

poor quality graphics and glicthy. Riding doesn't feel natural. Can't help but notice how bad the movement of the bike is. Sound FX are lame as well. Save your money and pass on this game.

4 out of 5 people found this helpful.




Platform: Xbox


The games is just AWESOME!! I raced Moto X for 16 years and the game feels real! Minus the broken bones and eating dirt!

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Platform: Xbox

Same old thing

Physics are still mediocre. The flick pre-loading is horrible. No actual bikes. MXGP is definetly a superior MX game




Platform: Xbox

AI needs to do stunts

amazing game the only thing i dont like is the AI dont do stunts and whips like they do in the older ones




Platform: Xbox

Good game

Fun to play can't wait for the next one!



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