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Summer-Themed Content Revealed for When Ski Lifts Go Wrong

When Ski Lifts Go Wrong - Gamers Heroes
Hugecalf Studios and Curve Digital have released a new trailer that takes a look at the summer-themed content coming to When Ski Lifts Go Wrong.

This new content update for the game will bring its total level count to over 100. Included are new summer environments, along with new vehicles like the motorbike and bicycle. Also included is additional music, new achievements, Steam trading cards, and a number of bug fixes.

You can view a trailer below:

When Ski Lifts Go Wrong – Official Summer Content Trailer

Now in Steam Early Access, When Ski Lifts Go Wrong combines the world of mechanical engineering with the pratfalls of sending sports enthusiasts to their doom.

According to Jonny Hughes, Producer and Game Designer for Hugecalf Studios:

[testimonials user=” email=” name=” position=” photo=”]“We’re so excited to finally share the summer themed content of When Ski Lifts Go Wrong with players. We’ve been polishing the game and taking on board player feedback during Early Access which has been awesome and greatly benefitted the game. This new content is the result of everything we have learned so far from over two years of the game’s development.”[/testimonials]

Simon Byron, Publishing Director at Curve Digital, added:

[testimonials user=” email=” name=” position=” photo=”]“We can’t wait to share When Ski Lifts Go Wrong with players next year. It’s already such a hit around the office. The summer themed content, including variances in terrain, vehicles and physics give the game a whole new feel.”[/testimonials]

This release will come out for the Nintendo Switch and PC in early 2019.

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