Wednesday, November 24, 2010

TRON: Evolution Xbox® LIVE Avatar Items Will Arrive on Thanksgiving

Avatar Clothing, Props and Premium Theme to be Released

November 24, 2010 -- Before the North American release of TRON: Evolution, the video game, on December 7, 2010, TRON fans can show their excitement to enter the Grid by outfitting their Xbox LIVE avatar with TRON: Evolution clothing and themed props. The items will be available exclusively through Xbox LIVE on Thursday, November 25, 2010.

TRON: Evolution, the video game that bridges the gap between the original “TRON” film and the highly anticipated upcoming film “TRON: Legacy,” will be available for the Xbox 360® video game and entertainment system from Microsoft, Games For Windows – LIVE and other major video game platforms.

TRON: Evolution clothing available for Xbox LIVE avatars will include:

· Anon gridsuit and helmet

· Quorra’s gridsuit

· TRON’s gridsuit

· Abraxas

· Gibson’s gridsuit

TRON: Evolution props include a light disc, battle baton, TRON bit, and miniature versions of light cycles, a light tank, and a recognizer. The avatar can hold and throw a light disc or wield a battle baton from the game. The light cycles speed around the avatar, leaving a light trail on the ground as they battle each other.

A TRON: Evolution premium theme will also be available. This theme features images from the game and makes the player’s friends appear with TRON: Evolution backdrops and items.

If players want to support TRON: Evolution with real world avatar outfits, T-shirts are also available. These T-shirts for their avatar feature TRON: Evolution, Flynn Lives, Encom and Space Paranoids.

In addition to elements from TRON: Evolution, avatar clothing and props are also available from the original “TRON” film from 1982. These include a classic TRON suit, a classic TRON helmet and a Sark outfit. An original “TRON” light disc is also available to be interacted with just like characters in the classic film.

“TRON: Legacy” opens in U.S. theaters on December 17, 2010, in Disney Digital 3D™.

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