Following the success of EA Sports Active on the Nintendo Wii, EA Sports is bridging the gap for interactive fitness to other platforms with EA Sports Active 2.0 (Working title). Read more for details on the upcoming sequel.
EA Sports Active 2.0, or whatever they decide to name it in the end, will push innovations in fitness interactive software with a three-phase, nine-week program. The title seeks to innovate wireless control systems powered by new leg and arm straps with motion sensors, a heart rate monitor, and new online connectivity allowing gamers to share their workout stats with the world. Be on the lookout for the next EA Sports Active game landing on PlayStation 3, Wii, iPhone, and the iPod Touch this fall.