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Friday, 21 October 2011 09:33

New SSX title slips till February 2012

Written by David Stellmack

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Extra time needed to complete the title

Those that have been waiting for the new SSX title from Electronic Arts are going to be unhappy to learn that the title release date has slipped. The new release date is February 14th, 2012, which has moved from the originally announced January release.

While EA has not had any official comment yet on the date being moved, we would not even know if we didn’t happen to see it in the new “Survive It” trailer that was just released. Even with the release of the recent trailers, some fans of the series are still leery that the game will recapture the fun and thrill of the previous SSX releases.

Look for EA to make an official announcement of the date moving and confirmation of the new release dates for other regions.


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