Here's an exclusive look at Frozen Endzone in action

Mode 7's future sports follow-up to Frozen Synapse looks sporty, futuristic in this stadium reveal.

Mode 7's revealed a new stadium for its forthcoming future sports title Frozen Endzone, with a new video showing off the latest locale to join the game.

The stadium's more industrial than the one highlighted in the very first look at Frozen Endzone, and it's going to be the home ground of Heavy Perspective, one of the teams featured in the game's single-player mode. "I think it looks like if a football pitch crashed vigorously into Quake and caused a minor seismic event: this is hopefully A Good Thing," said Mode 7's Paul Taylor. "We hope to have a variety of different stadiums in the full game.  There will also be the ability to create different sizes and shapes of pitch, which is nice."

Frozen Endzone was one of the many stars of the weekend's Rezzed show in Birmingham, and it's the long-awaited follow-up to Frozen Synapse, the 2011 PC hit that came to iPad not too long ago. Frozen Endzone's currently down for a 2014 release on PC, and Mode 7 informed our sister site Modojo that it will be looking to get a tablet version out not long after.

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