Shredders launches onto the slopes March 17 on Xbox Series X|S and PC

Shredders launches onto the slopes March 17 on Xbox Series X|S and PC
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Upcoming snowboarding sim Shredders will arrive on Xbox Series X|S and PC later this month, on March 17.

The game’s official Twitter account broke the news from studio collective FoamPunch last night. The game throws you into the world of professional snowboarding, where you’ll ride alongside a slew of real-life pro-riders. The mountain resort is a huge unlockable open world, complete with killer lines to carve out. Expect plenty to do, from urban areas filled with rails, to wide open areas with massive ramps to catch some big air.

If you missed the original reveal back in July, the game cites classic Xbox title Amped as it’s inspiration as well as snowboarding movies. There’s also a story mode that sees you and a friend named Scotty filming your own snowboarding epic and learning from the pros. There’s of course plenty of real-world brands and equipment, and multiplayer’s supported too.

Shredders was originally supposed to arrive in December, but was delayed by a few months back in October. You can check out the latest trailer for the game down below. Shredders arrives on Xbox Series X|S and PC on March 17. It’ll also be available from Day One via Xbox Game Pass.