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Are you ready to go Pro? Pumped BMX Pro is coming!

Announced today by Curve Digital, Pumped BMX Pro is getting set to showcase the talents of the one man development studios at Yeah Us! Games in order to release on Xbox One, Nintendo Switch and PC come February 7th 2019.

If you ever wanted to get your pump on, then Pumped BMX Pro is the game for you, following up on the successful release of Pumped BMX + to take the momentum-based BMX freestyler to the next level.

A beautiful new look, fresh new physics engine and more content than ever before is promised from Pumped BMX Pro, dropping in 15 riders, more than 40 tricks and over 60 insane levels to compete in. There are also no less than 200 challenges to beat AND the opportunity to create your own bikes via the simple to use bike creator. Simply put, Pumped BMX Pro should cover all your BMX needs, especially when you drop in the competitive nature of placing on global leaderboards.

“We can’t wait for players to experience Pumped BMX Pro, it’s going to be one of the most addictive titles of Q1,” said George Morgan, Product Manager at Curve Digital. “With awesome gameplay, heaps of content and some spectacular high scoring combo opportunities, we think players will get pumped for one more ride. Plus, the new ragdoll physics engine really makes you feel it when you make a mistake.”

“Pumped BMX Pro is the best title in the series yet. I’ve poured everything into this with the goal of making it the definitive Pumped BMX experience,” said Adam Hunt, Director of Yeah Us! Games. “It’s also a franchise first for Pumped BMX as it arrives on Nintendo platforms, so I’m happy Nintendo players will get to experience the best game in the series. I hope players have as much fun playing Pumped BMX Pro as we have had making it. See you on the leaderboards!”

What do you think about this Pumped BMX Pro release date? Let us know whether you’ll be giving it a go by commenting down below.

We’ll be sure to remind you when Pumped BMX Pro hits Xbox One, Nintendo Switch and PC in February. The trailer below should give you a little insight into what to expect.

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