Surf World Series comes in 2017 for PC and Xbox One

Costea Lestoc By: Costea Lestoc
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Gamers that spend their free time playing on either Microsoft platform, namely Xbox One or Windows PC, will be able to get a taste of the surfing life in a new game coming soon: Surf World Series is expected in 2017 and is produced by UK-based developer Climax Studios.

Surfing enthusiasts will find that the game is accurate when it comes to what it showcases. To be more specific, you will be able to take up surfing in locations iconic in real life, such as Hawaii. Singe player adventurers will be able to compete in many challenges laid before them. To be more exact, we are looking at around 45 single player challenges that will keep you coming back for some time. If you prefer multiplayer, however, there is a place for you as well. With up to 15 player-controller surfers looking to take your title, you will be able to compete and prove your skill against. Across three different game modes, test different areas of your surfing expertise and claim the title.

According to the developer, surfing wasn’t properly represented in the gaming world — which is true. If you take a step back, you can easily see that there is no proper surfing experience in gaming that can compete with the likes of soccer, football, or basketball. Players interested in mixing their passion or curiosity for surfing with an arcadey, light-hearted experience can check out Surf World Series and get a bit of both.

The developer even launched a trailer that showcases what players can expect from the game once it comes out in 2017. Check it out and get a first-hand impression on the upcoming surfing game.

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