Hudl has revealed Xbox and PS4 capabilities for its recently released Baja 1000, Honda Ridgeline, 2019. You can now race against eleven other drivers on Xbox consoles as well as PC and Windows devices. The game now has a dynamic weather system that determines the track conditions. Besides, you can now enjoy the fully-immersive life in San Felipe, Mexico during the Baja 1000, so you can take a break from the race. If you want to take a break from driving, you can watch live coverage, listen to commentary, and get updates. You can also follow the 2019 Baja 1000 with the interactive map, and join the tour to find hidden locations.
The game allows you to connect with your friends, upload clips and share your progress with the world through an online leaderboard. You can also enjoy the vast in-game store, where you can purchase new cars/trucks online and race custom-made races. And for the trophy lovers, get ready for extensive online challenges. The game includes a network multiplayer mode, and you can take up to eight players in a crazy race with up to four participants in a single multiplayer session. Cut the line behind you, and gain yardage with new powerful all-wheel drive and enhanced four-wheel traction. The turbo model has the most power, while the all-wheel drive has the best all-around performance. You can take advantage of the various power settings and traction settings, which allow you to choose the car to suit your driving style.
But back to the game. It's one of those that looks a bit bright and shiny, from a few angles; on my PlayStation 4 this felt pretty underwhelming, but on PC and Xbox One, the skin has been smoothed over and it's pretty successful, even if there are a few rough edges here and there.
Notably, Honda was the only manufacturer to see the final standings change after the official results were updated. Deemed not to be on the limit of legal speed (and, therefore, not eligible to win), Hanna was contacted by officials before the race to inform him that Honda was being penalized. Via a special federation rule, this resulted in a one-point penalty on the team's championship total and a $1,000 fine. 7211a4ac4a