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'ATV: Quad Power Racing 2' Announced

by Thomas on May 22, 2002 @ 5:00 p.m. PDT

Revving up its engines to deliver the smash sequel to its 600,000 unit-selling franchise, Acclaim today announced it will release ATV: Quad Power Racing 2 across all next-generation systems this coming winter. Currently under development with Climax Studios, ATV Quad Power Racing 2 will feature an entirely new game engine that will deliver rich graphics and incredible four-wheel arcade action.

ACCLAIM BRINGS 4-WHEEL ARCADE ACTION TO NEXT-GEN SYSTEMS WITH

'ATV: QUAD POWER RACING 2'


Sequel to Top-Selling Franchise Returns This Winter With 10 Pro Riders, More Than 40 In-Game Sponsors, Array of Freestyle Tricks and Multiplayer Modes

"ATV: Quad Power Racing has been one of our most consistent performing brands, having struck a definitive chord with mass-market gamers," said Evan Stein, Vice President of Brand. "We're excited to leverage our technological resources to bring this brand to the next-generation systems, and deliver an entirely new gameplay experience that will further entertain and captivate the masses."

The sequel to the hit PlayStation" game console title, ATV: Quad Power Racing 2 will include many exciting new features:

  • Choose from 10 of the top professional riders from all over the world, including Dana Creech, Kory Ellis and Tim Farr;
  • Race through 17 massive tracks and five environments, located in challenging countries throughout the world;
  • Get dirty and physically battle with opponents to the finish line, letting them know that you're king off-road;
  • Over-the-top controls and game physics, allowing players to pull huge air and amazingly fun power slides;
  • More than 20 freestyle tricks to let riders express their wild side while tearing up the competition;
  • Several multi-player modes of play, brings the action to players and their friends;
  • Real-life in-game sponsors, adding to the realism of the game.

ATV: Quad Power Racing 2 will be available this winter across all next-generation systems at suggested retail prices to be determined.

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