PiBoSo has released a sizable new update for his wildly underrated MX Bikes simulation, adding native VR support and plenty of other fixes and improvements. Having fallen somewhat under the radar thanks to Milestone's prolific foray into the world of off road bike racing recently, MX Bikes still retains some of its unique charm and depth of simulation so very much evident since the first release of the current beta all the way back in 2014. Built as a labour of love by one man show PiBiSo, MX Bikes is the off road variant of his excellent GP Bikes title, and focuses on the world of motorcross style outdoor dirt bike racing, albeit using fictional brands and locations. Exceptionally moddable and exclusive to PC, MX Bikes is now on the seventh iteration of build during what has been a prolonged beta period. You can check out the new update details below/ Beta 7 Update Notes: Replays are not compatible with the previous versions The network ports have been changed VR support is now integrated MX Bikes now supports an external folder for mods, but only for bikes, tyres, helmets, boots, paints , and tracks. The default path is “My Documents”/PiBoSo/MX Bikes/mods/ but it’s possible to change it The number of tear-offs has been increased to 21 Modding For examples of animated flags, please check the SCR files in Holjes and Nevada Temporary bike models are not used anymore. They can be deleted and reference to them removed from the file gfx.cfg Support for a dedicated onboard engine sound has been added. The sfx.cfg section name is “onboard_engine”. The format is the same as “engine” A message is now shown on screen when saving the track deformation and dynamic surface. MX Bikes can be purchased independently or alongside other PiBiSo games Kart Racing PRO, GP Bikes and World Series Racing. If you want to discuss either MX Bikes or other PiBiSo games with the RaceDepartment community, head over to the Other Racing Games sub forum and leave a comment today. Like what you see here at RaceDepartment? Don't forget to like, subscribe and follow us on social media! RaceDepartment YouTube RaceDepartment Twitter RaceDepartment Facebook RaceDepartment Twitch RaceDepartment Instagram Have you tried MX Bikes? What are your impressions of the simulation? Let us know in the comments section below!