MX vs. ATV videogame being resurrected
April 02, 2014
Videogame maker Nordic Games says it will release MX vs. ATV: Supercross this year for PlayStation 3, Xbox 360, PC, Mac and Linux using members of the original team that produced the earlier versions of the popular game.
Ken George, executive producer of MX vs. ATV, says in a printed statement: “We’re absolutely thrilled to be working with Nordic Games because they appreciate the team’s passion and dedication to bring the feel of real motocross racing to MX vs. ATV fans. Not just the adrenaline rush, but the whole experience from top to bottom.
“A lot of the original team members have been aching to continue their passion: building the most authentic off-road racing games possible,” George says. “The hiatus is over, and the team is back to work on MX vs. ATV with great new things to come.”
The earlier versions—MX vs. ATV: Alive and MX vs. ATV: Reflex—were produced by a different company. Nordic Games bought the rights to produce the latest version.
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