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Posted on Tuesday, April 17 @ 16:21:27 PST by

The rumored DLC for SSX is indeed Tricky, bringing a taste of the old SSX titles to the latest from Electronic Arts. The upcoming DLC offers Mt. Eddie, a Tricky inspired ridge featuring a "ultra-long" mountain with 9 new Race and Trick Drops.

Doesn't that sound like SSX 3's mountain? If that weren't enough, Mt. Eddie will also feature a big air drop, fireworks, and some huge kickers. Separately or as part of a DLC bundle, EA will also be posting up a handful of classic characters.

Separately, the characters and Mt. Eddie DLC will cost $5.99 each. Together the DLC will run $7.99 making you a stupid idiot if you only buy one or the other.

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Tags:   SSX, EA, DLC

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