Publisher Ubisoft has released the game's first trailer for the announcement.
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The high-speed ATV racing game will offer 45 tracks from across the globe.
Players can compete online in three multiplayer modes for up to twelve players, with leaderboards and special features designed to allow players to test their skills in competition.
The game is being developed by Techland, the studio behind last year's first-person zombie action game Dead Island.
Mad Riders will be available for download this spring. Pricing is yet to be revealed.
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