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Arctic Burst
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Arctic Burst logo.
Description
Flavor: Blueberry
Color: Cobalt Blue      
Details
Current Status: Discontinued Slurpee Flavor

Current Flavor

Locations Available: United States
Years Available:

Summer 2006 (Slurpee flavor)

Fall 2017 (Game Fuel flavor)

Related Flavors: Kryptonite Ice, Thin Ice Freeze, Blue Shock Freeze, Voltage, Revolution, Dark Berry, Diet Ultra Violet, Baja Blast Freeze, Game Fuel (Wild Fruit), Game Fuel (Electrifying Berry), Game Fuel (Berry Lime)Diet Flare
Related Promotions: Used to promote the theatrical release of Superman Returns & upcoming Game Fuel Promotion to promote Middle-earth: Shadow of War for Every60Seconds
Gallery

Arctic Burst was a Mountain Dew Slurpee Flavor available at participating 7-Eleven convenience stores and is a Game Fuel flavor to promote Middle-Earth: Shadow of War for Every60Seconds.

HistoryEdit

In 2006, two new Mountain Dew slurpee flavors, Kryptonite Ice and Arctic Burst, were released to promote the release of the film Superman Returns. However, both flavors were discontinued later that year.

Game Fuel 2017Edit

Arctic Burst returns as a Game Fuel variant along with a new flavor, Game Fuel (Tropical Smash).It promoted Middle-Earth: Shadow of War.Edit

DescriptionEdit

Mountain Dew Arctic Burst was a blueberry flavored slurpee and was Cobalt Blue in color.

The Game Fuel version is similar in flavor and is also Cobalt Blue in color.

TriviaEdit

Two new Mountain Dew Game Fuel flavors for Shadow of War

Two new Game Fuel flavors

  • Arctic Burst was first introduced in a Slurpee form.
  • This is the first time that Arctic Burst is made into a soda form, counting as a Game Fuel flavor in 2017.

GalleryEdit

Game Fuel promotion to win an Xbox One X

Two new Game Fuel flavors in cans.

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