MX vs. ATV Reflex to Go on Steam This Holiday

Interactive entertainment software company THQ Inc. says MX vs. ATV Reflex is currently in development on PC for an anticipated release via download on the online gaming platform, Steam, worldwide.

It will also be available for purchase in various retailers across Europe and Australia during holiday 2010.

Players will soon be able to test their reflexes and pull off the sickest tricks with the definitive moto-racing game, says the company.

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The game features the franchise’s proprietary Rhythm Racing 2.0 physics engine, plus other features such as intuitive, dual-stick control and real-time terrain deformation.

“As a huge added bonus, we developed a substantial amount of dynamic downloadable content post-console launch that will be included in MX vs. ATV Reflex on PC,” said Michael Lustenberger, VP of Global Brand Management – Online, THQ.

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MX vs. ATV Reflex marks the return of the MX vs. ATV franchise and features the Rhythm Racing 2.0 physics engine, Rider Reflex control system and real-time terrain deformation.

The Rider Reflex control system separates machine steering from body positioning, allowing the independently controlled rider to shift his weight, perform death-defying stunts and avoid potentially devastating wrecks, says the company.

The game’s terrain deformation system ensures no two tracks are ever the same, allowing gamers to carve lines and deep ruts that have a real-time impact on gameplay and remain persistent through the full length of each race.

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The company made the announcement today, Oct. 13.

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