Number of Players
Release Date

PlayStation 3

  • US 28th Feb 2012
  • EU 2nd Mar 2012


  • Review SSX (PlayStation 3)

    Slip slidin' away

    During its prolonged tutorial — which sees players leaping out of a plane before plummeting towards terra firma until all of the required actions have been performed — SSX is picture perfect. A seemingly endless and expertly crafted snowy mountain expanse stretches off into the horizon, the lighting is stunning to behold and...

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SSX News

  • News EA Teases Competitive Multiplayer Mode for SSX

    Head to head

    It looks like a competitive multiplayer mode is sliding into SSX, even though publisher EA is taking forever to confirm it. The company released a teaser trailer for the “classified” mode over the weekend, showing at least five snowboarders diving out of the game’s starting helicopter at the same time. EA’s SSX reboot currently...

  • News First SSX DLC Gets Tricky on 1st May

    Run DLC

    EA is pushing the deadly descents of its PS3 SSX reboot to the background, as it prepares a new batch of DLC based on 2001’s SSX Tricky. Due for release on 1st May, the "Mt. Eddie & Classic Characters Bundle Pack" will feature a new ultra-long course inspired by the “huge kickers” and “ridiculous grinds” of classic...

  • News SSX Slides to the Summit of the UK Charts

    SSX sells

    EA Sports’ hotly anticipated SSX reboot has tricked its way to the top of the UK charts, knocking last week’s winner, Uncharted: Golden Abyss, into fourth place. It marks the best debut for an SSX game ever, with the franchise’s previous frontrunner, SSX 3, only managing to skid into third position. Needless to say there’ll be a...

  • News SSX Scales Antarctica in New Trailer

    Snow cold

    We're about to send a chill up your spine. It doesn’t matter if you’re sitting in a warm living room or office as you read this, the sight of SSX’s beautifully rendered snow should be enough to set your teeth chattering and goose bumps bulging. The game looks good though doesn’t it? It’s out next week.

  • News Embrace the Cold with SSX Demo Next Week


    SSX creative director, Todd Batty, has revealed that a demo for the divisive snowboarding reboot will drop onto the PlayStation Store next week. Download the taster and you’ll get to sample four events as character Zoe. Encourage a friend to check out the demo and you’ll also unlock access to a second character called Mac. The full...

  • News SSX Introduces Global Events and GeoTags

    Social snowboarding

    If you’re in the UK, we suspect the last thing you want to hear about is snow. But put those memories spent lingering on icy train stations to the back of your mind, because SSX demands your attention. In a brand new trailer, creative director Todd Batty has introduced a couple of the title’s online modes. First up is Global...

About The Game

A stunning reinvention of the classic action snowboarding franchise, SSX packs adrenaline into every run with compelling characters and heart-pumping adventures as riders battle the most treacherous and diverse mountain ranges on Earth.

Advanced Physics - Harnessing the power of the current generation of consoles, SSX introduces a revolutionary physics engine that will allow players to ride and trick off almost anything in the environment, unrestricted by invisible walls and barriers.

Characters Old and New - Favorite characters, as selected by the fans, make their return to SSX along with some new faces that will be joining the franchise. Characters include: Elise, Mac, Kaori, Psymon, Moby, Zoe, Griff, Ty, Tane and Alex.

Conquer the Planet's Mountains - From Antarctica to Africa and the Himalayas to the Alps, players will drop into nine of the most iconic mountains ranges and regions on planet earth. Using NASA topographical data and our proprietary Mountain Man tool, each of these iconic mountain ranges have then been exaggerated to deliver a gameplay experience that is true to SSX.

Upgradeable Gear - From boards of varying speeds to wing suits that let you glide for longer distances, upgrade your gear to ride faster, trick higher and survive longer.