According to a new report, Skate 4 could be fully revealed in July and fans could get their hands on the game very soon.
Since its reveal at EA Play 2020, Skate fans have been wondering when they will get to see the fourth installment of the franchise. According to a new report, it may not be long before Skate 4 is fully revealed, as EA plans to introduce the game as early as July. By the time Skate 4 was officially announced, fans only received a confirmation of the game’s existence as it entered early development. Since then, news surrounding the game has been mostly silent except for a brief behind-the-scenes trailer in which various developers and well-known skateboarding experts reiterate that they are “working on it.” . EA has been significantly absent from recent gaming industry events like the Summer Game Fest, but today’s news suggests that the company is mulling hot news for fans.
An industry well known for early leaks – Tom Henderson announced that Skate 4 will be introduced in July through undisclosed sources. At the time of this writing, it’s unknown what EA will introduce with its full reveal next month, but recent news of internal play testing and leaked gameplay snippets suggests it’s very likely. Possibly full in-game footage. Henderson also said that fans will be able to get their hands on Skate 4 as soon as the game is revealed. Yesterday’s report indicated that EA plans to hold gameplay sessions for content creators and journalists to gather first impressions and potentially provide feedback as the game goes on. develop.
Two years on from its reveal, it would make sense if Skate 4 materializes again in 2022. Henderson’s announcement also aligns with EA’s recent statements regarding Skate’s development status. Earlier this year, EA held an earnings call during which chief executive Andrew Wilson announced that Skate 4 would be out soon, although its release timeframe remains moot. Additionally, EA has reported that the company has four titles lined up for release between January 1, 2023, and March 31, 2023. Skate 4 could be a contender among the four announced. scheduled in the spring, assuming that “soon” is within the next twelve months.
Today’s news regarding Skate 4 comes with recent rumors that Activision Blizzard has scrapped plans to remake Tony Hawk’s Pro Skater 3 and 4 after Vicarious Visions became their parent company. Fans on the internet were very displeased by the news and continued to look to indie titles like Session and Skater XL to fill the gap in sports titles like skateboarding that still exist in the market. However, if recent reports are correct, it might not be long before fans have another AAA skateboarding experience once again.
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