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The debut trailer for OlliOlli 2: Welcome To Olliwood (sequel to the addictive skateboarding platformer OlliOlli) promises "bigger tricks, epic new locations" and a "silky new style and flow," alongside locations ranging from Aztec temples to carnivals populated by zombies.
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OlliOlli2 trailer goes LIVE at 4pm GMT Today!
Roll7's MONSTER Follow up to the cult smash OlliOlli is in BETA...

***** EMBARGO UNTIL 4PM GMT ******

Link to Youtube Embed Trailer : http://youtu.be/59YkRvKc0p0

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The team at Roll7 in New Cross, London are tricking their way towards Gold for the much anticipated PS4 and PS Vita launch of OlliOlli2: Welcome to Olliwood.

The trailer shows the skater grinding, flipping and launching through a host of stunning new worlds, with a more in depth look at 'Combo Rush' the new local Multiplayer mode, as well as a cheeky tease for the as yet unannounced 5th world (watch to the end!)

Roll7ers have been in Beta for a month now, which means all nighters, weekends and a half pipe full of sweat and tears, Game Producer Tom Hegarty says its all worth it; 'We have really taken the development process to new heights for the sequel, with far more emphasis on making each level feel and look unique – all of the new levels in OlliOlli2 have been scrutinized, tested and iterated to the nth degree, we can wait to see what people make of it on launch'

To celebrate the trailer release, the original OlliOlli is currently a massive 70% off for Cross-Buy (PS3/PS4/VITA) in Europe! Get practicing...



OlliOlli2: Welcome to Olliwood Info

Drop in to Olliwood and prepare for finger-flippin' mayhem in this follow up to cult smash OlliOlli.

The iconic skater is going all green-screen with a stunning new look, plucking you from the street and dropping you squarely in the middle of the big screen's most bodacious cinematic locations.

The sequel boasts all new Ramps and Epic Hills allowing for monster air and multi-route levels. Further, OlliOlli2's combo system has been expanded. The joy of Manuals, Reverts, Revert Manuals and Grind Switching giving you more control and expression than ever before.

The hallowed 'Tricktionary' also expands with new specials including 540 Shove-its, Anti-Casper Flips and Darkslides.

There's Five NEW worlds, 50 NEW Amateur and Pro Levels and 250 NEW Challenges to tear through, along with the return of the much loved Daily Grind, Spots Mode and RAD Mode.

If that wasn't enough, OlliOlli2 introduces a gnarly NEW Mode: Combo Rush, a split-screen Local Multiplayer (up to four players) with four game modes.

Once again, the crate diggers at Roll7 have scoured the airwaves for a shimmering extended soundtrack, including: Cid Rim, Lone, Faulty DL, Submerse and Mike Slott.
OlliOlli2: Welcome to Olliwood comes to PlayStation 4 and PlayStation Vita in 2015.
All media assets are available here (including full res trailer).
For all Press Enquiries / Interviews / Podcasts please email: simon@roll7.co.uk
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About Roll7
Founded in 2008, Roll7 originally made 'Serious Games' and worked with At Risk Young people to create digital content for a purpose. After years of making content for other people, the studio finally shut its doors to clients and started making its own games – under visionary Game Designer, John Ribbins. The studio is currently working on OlliOlli2: Welcome to Olliwood and Not A Hero, a game about a rabbit from the future – of course.

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