New SSX Comic Book Trailer

By Rebecca Smith, 7 years ago
Over the previous months, EA has confirmed a total of ten new or returning characters for the latest instalment in their snowboarding franchise, SSX. Over half of these now have comic book trailers. Series veteran Elise Riggs was the first to receive her trailer, followed by trailers for two more returning characters, Kaori Nishidake and Moby Jones. The next two trailers were reserved for Mac Fraser and Psymon Stark. Now, another of the series stalwarts, Zoe Payne, gets her comic book trailer:

You may be wondering about the other four characters. Well, the final returning character was confirmed to be Griffin Simmons. Alex Moreau and Tane Mumea are two new characters to the series. Although the three are yet to receive their own trailers, the links to their comic books are here.

Finally, Ty Thorson is another new character. The Norwegian board tester's comic book has now been released; you can read it here.

After the announcement of Ty, EA confirmed that they hadn't quite finished revealing characters. This is because the publisher has now revealed the details of their retailer-specific pre-order bonuses, and there's another reappearing character amongst them. Maybe you'll recognise him?

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Yes, Eddie "The Kid" Wachowski is returning, but although he will be available worldwide, he will only be available from certain retailers. The pre-order bonuses are yet to be confirmed outside of the US, but here's a list for that region:

GameStop - $59.99
Eddie Wachowski, his Elite Snowboard and a bonus boost

Origin - $59.99
Elise Riggs' Elite Snowboard and a bonus boost

Amazon - $59.99
Mac Fraser's Elite Snowboard and a bonus boost

Best Buy - $59.99
Zoe Payne's Elite Snowboard and a bonus boost

Walmart - $59.96
Kaori Nishidake's Elite Snowboard and a bonus boost

SSX is due to be released in January 2012.
Rebecca Smith
Written by Rebecca Smith
Rebecca is the Newshound Manager at TrueGaming Network. She has been contributing articles since 2010, especially those that involve intimidatingly long lists. When not writing news, she works in an independent game shop so that she can spend all day talking about games too. She'll occasionally go outside.