It appears that the sequel to OlliOlli, OlliOlli2: Welcome to Olliwood, is coming to Steam in August. Out of nowhere, the game’s Steam store page has gone live. OlliOlli2: Welcome to Olliwood will be published by Devolver Digital who have not made any comment as of yet (our guess is that a press release will be released tomorrow).
According to its description, the iconic skater is going ‘all green-screen with a stunning new look, plucking you from the street and dropping you squarely in the middle of the big screen’s most bodacious cinematic locations.’
Here are the game’s key features:
Revamped Paths and Combos: The sequel boasts all new ramps and epic hills allowing for monster air and multi-route levels. Further, OlliOlli2’s combo system has been expanded with the joy of manuals, reverts, revert manuals and grind switching giving you more control and expression than ever before.
Expanded Bag of Tricks: The hallowed ‘Tricktionary’ also expands with new specials including 540 Shove-its, Anti-Casper Flips and Darkslides.
New Worlds and Levels: Five new worlds, 50 new Amateur and Pro Levels and 250 new Challenges to tear through, along with the return of the much loved Daily Grind, Spots Mode and RAD Mode.
Multiplayer Mode: OlliOlli2 introduces a gnarly new multiplayer mode – Combo Rush, a split-screen four-player party mode with four unique game modes.
Legendary Soundtrack: Once again, the crate diggers at Roll7 have scoured the airwaves for a shimmering extended soundtrack, including, Cid Rim, Lone, Faulty DL, Submerse and Mike Slott.
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