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New snowboarding game called 'Mark McMorris Infinite Air' releasing this year

02 Sep 2016

A new snowboarding game will be out later this year for PC, PS4 and Xbox One called 'Mark McMorris Infinite Air'. 

Publisher Maximum Games has partnered up with developer HB Studios in order to release one of the newest snowboarding games. It will be out on October 25th, 2016 for the PC, PS4 and Xbox One. 

The game features real life pros including Mark McMorris, Silje Norendal,Torstein Horgmo, Danny Davis, Ulrik Badertscher and Craig McMorris. All of them are playable in-game so you won't just be controlling only yourself like other in action sports games.

“Working closely with the development of Infinite Air and getting these amazing riders involved in the game has been amazing,” said pro snowboarder Mark McMorris. “We wanted players to experience the same thrill we feel on the snow and it’s exciting to think that soon they will know what that adrenaline feels like.”

The game promises to deliver realistic style gameplay and will include some real-life events and boasts more than 100 square miles of vast backcountry terrain for you to snowboard on. 


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