Grab your board and don your wetsuit for it’ll soon be time to enter the Surf World Series as Climax Studios announce details of their upcoming arcade surfing title.

Coming to Xbox One, PS4 and PC in 2017, Surf World Series comes straight from the development team at Climax Studios. Due to be published by Vision Games Publishing, a teaser trailer has today dropping onto the world.


In it, players will get to take to the waves, experiencing the thrill of pure arcade-style surfing. They’ll be riding monster waves, learning aerials and tricking their way through 45 single player challenges. Alternatively, they’ll get the chance to hit up the competition against 15 online players across no less than three multiplayer modes.

“Surfing is an amazing sport that’s been pretty underrepresented in games for some time, so we wanted to bring surfing fans a fun, arcade-style experience that’s all about mastering waves and racking up huge high scores.” said Simon Gardner, CEO of Climax Studios. “Surf World Series is a celebration of those moments when board and wave work together in perfect harmony.”

Full features include:

  • Ride monster waves from around the world at 5 legendary surfing destinations, including the sun-drenched beaches of Hawaii, and the rugged coastlines of Portugal
  • Become masters of the waves, learning increasingly difficult tricks along the way, from nailing kickflips and cutbacks, to landing massive aerials and navigating treacherous tubes.
  • Trick their way through 45 single player challenges, or carve up the competition online against 15 other players across 3 different multiplayer game modes.
  • Rank up and unlock thousands of customisation options to stamp their own style on their journey to become a surf legend.

As always, we’ll try and bring you as much news as possible regarding Surf World Series. For now though, the trailer shall have to suffice.



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