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EA has released a new title update for SSX which adds two new game modes, one of which is the long awaited competitive multiplayer mode.

The update adds two modes, 3-2-1-GO! and Freeride. 3-2-1-GO! allows up to five players to compete simultaneously in Trick It and Race It heats. From the PlayStation Forum:

“In these events, the helicopter acts as your lobby. After joining 3-2-1-GO! Event you will be taken to the top of the drop, where you will then wait in the helicopter for other riders to join. As soon as at least one more rider shows up, you can choose to buy into the event and ready-up!”

Freeride lets players attack any course in the game with no rules, ghosts, clock, score or HUD.

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SSX Multiplayer Update Goes Live

EA has released a new title update for SSX which adds two new game modes, one of which is the long awaited competitive multiplayer mode.

By Matthew Bennett | 08/7/2012 11:07 AM PT

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EA has released a new title update for SSX which adds two new game modes, one of which is the long awaited competitive multiplayer mode.

The update adds two modes, 3-2-1-GO! and Freeride. 3-2-1-GO! allows up to five players to compete simultaneously in Trick It and Race It heats. From the PlayStation Forum:

“In these events, the helicopter acts as your lobby. After joining 3-2-1-GO! Event you will be taken to the top of the drop, where you will then wait in the helicopter for other riders to join. As soon as at least one more rider shows up, you can choose to buy into the event and ready-up!”

Freeride lets players attack any course in the game with no rules, ghosts, clock, score or HUD.

Read More


About Matthew Bennett

view all posts

Matt is one of the longest-serving members of the EGMNOW team. An ability to go many hours without sleep and a quick wit make him ideal for his role as associate editor at EGMNOW.com. He often thinks back to the days when the very idea of this career seemed like nothing but an impossible dream. Find him on Twitter @mattyjb89