EA Sports Active 2

Platform(s): PlayStation 3, Wii, Xbox 360
Genre: Rhythm
Publisher: Electronic Arts
Developer: EA Canada
Release Date: Nov. 16, 2010 (US), Nov. 19, 2010 (EU)

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'EA Sports Active 2.0' (Wii/PS3) Announced

by Rainier on March 10, 2010 @ 2:04 a.m. PST

EA Sports Active 2 delivers true fitness results by featuring an innovative wireless control system, powered by new leg and arm straps with motion sensors, a heart rate monitor to capture intensity, and a new online hub to track and share workout data.

"The launch of EA SPORTS Active 2.0, working title, will define a new era of interactive fitness with the use of innovative motion sensor peripherals and a heart rate monitor that provide users with a fitness experience delivering real, measurable results," said Tarrnie Williams, Executive Producer, EA SPORTS Active. "As the number one rated fitness program for the Wii (according to Metacritic.com), EA SPORTS Active proved itself as the industry leader and provided the foundation for our fitness franchise. The success stories we've received from our users show that EA SPORTS Active is changing lives and we're so proud to be part of it."

The new EA SPORTS Active 2.0 innovative wireless control system will give users complete freedom of motion, making it even easier to get a workout that delivers great results. Using innovative heart rate detection technology, the heart rate monitor will help users monitor intensity, providing constant on-screen monitoring throughout the workout and tracking user data over time to optimize performance.

The EA SPORTS Active 2.0 online hub will allow users to track and share all of their workout data, providing a centralized destination for all fitness, wellness and training needs. It will host a thriving online global community of EA SPORTS Active users who can share their fitness journeys, interact with workout groups and send messages to each other online to stay inspired and engaged. Users will also have the ability to download new workouts and exercises to their online connected PS3 console to keep their workouts fresh and maintain motivation.

EA SPORTS Active 2.0 provides total body conditioning using progressive exercise in new prescribed programs. A three-phase, nine-week program provides a fitness roadmap to help keep users motivated and on track of their fitness goals. Additional mini-programs will also be available to add on, keeping workouts fresh and inspiring. The EA SPORTS Active personal trainer will walk users through their workout and provide continued encouragement with feedback to ensure an optimal workout experience.


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