More London 2012 Details Race In

By Dave Horobin, 4 years ago
Following on from yesterday's "re-announcement" trailer, Sega have today released further details for the upcoming London 2012™ - The Official Video Game of the Olympic Games.

As previously confirmed, the game will include over thirty Olympic events, each recreated in their official London 2012 arenas. These include a host of events that will be making their debut at the London 2012 Olympics, such as "Keirin (Cycling) at the Velodrome, 10m Synchronised Platform (Diving) at the Aquatics Centre and Trampoline at North Greenwich Arena."

Kinect support will be included, with some events such as the 110m Hurdles and Beach Volleyball offering motion control support exclusively on the Xbox 360.

For the first time in an officially licensed Olympic video game, London 2012™ will support motion control in a number of different events, bringing you even closer to the Olympic Games.
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A large number of game modes will also be on offer, with single player, online and offline multiplayer, party mode and the inclusion of online leaderboards that will track any personal medals won in online multiplayer, and add them to your countries total medal count.

Also released were a number of screenshots and a new trailer detailing the Olympic stadium.



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London 2012™ - The Official Video Game of the Olympic Games is scheduled for release in June.
Dave Horobin
Written by Dave Horobin
Dave is the TrueAchievements Social Manager and has been a Newshound since 2010. When he's not chasing developers and publishers for early review copies, he can usually be found on the TrueAchievements social pages discussing all things TA related.