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EA Sports Active Sequel Detailed at GamesCom

by Jon Lindemann - August 19, 2009, 7:10 am PDT
Total comments: 5 Source: 1UP

Get ready for more exercising and stretching this Christmas.

EA Sports' Peter Moore has detailed the content included in the upcoming expansion pack for EA Sports Active, entitled EA Sports Active More Workouts.

Speaking at GamesCom in Cologne, Germany, Moore explained that More Workouts will include more than 35 new stretches and exercises. The EA Sports executive put the game through its paces on-stage, participating in events like rafting, running, stride jumps, and squats. Players will be able set up a six-week program that promises to tailor itself to their personal fitness level.

Moore announced that EA Sports Active More Workouts is due in November. The initial announcement at June's E3 Expo said the game will also have more activities to focus on the core (abdomen and back). The first installment of Active has been a smash hit for EA, selling over 700,000 copies in North America so far, according to NPD Group sales figures.

Talkback

EA Sports Active Moore Workouts LOLZ

Flames_of_chaosLukasz Balicki, Staff AlumnusAugust 19, 2009

What's next? EA Sports Active More Workouts : We Couldn't Think of a Better Name

EA Sports Active Peter Workouts

BlackNMild2k1August 19, 2009

Quote from: nron10

EA Sports Active Moore Workouts LOLZ

LOL that's the first thing I thought of too.

I was expecting to see him in the cover with his right sleeve pulled up while flexing to show off new EA Active tattoo.

Quote from: BlackNMild2k1

Quote from: nron10

EA Sports Active Moore Workouts LOLZ

LOL that's the first thing I thought of too.

I was expecting to see him in the cover with his right sleeve pulled up while flexing to show off new EA Active tattoo.

It didn't dawn on me until I posted the article for Lindy. It just stuck out like a sore thumb and I can never go back to how I saw it before.

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