A planned remake of Tony Hawk’s Pro Skater 3 and 4 was canceled due to Activision Blizzard’s decision.
In the words of a professional skater, who announced on Monday that Activision had a time transferring its beloved game from other studios, and no studio was accepted. favorable to develop the next remake project of the series.
Hawk said: “That was the original plan, even until the release date of Remake 1 and 2. “We started developing both 3 and 4, then Vicarious worked hard to improve. upgraded gameplay, and then they looked for other developers, but unfortunately the project was then ended.”
He added: “It’s true that Activision is trying to find the right person to do seasons 3 and 4 but they don’t really trust anyone the way they did with Vicarious Studio. “So they directly opened ads with other studios like ‘what do you do with Tony Hawk Pro Skater? You will probably never know this. I never thought we would be developing part 1 and 2 about 20 years from now.”
Activision Blizzard announced in January 2021 that it plans to make Vicarious Visions part of Blizzard as a support development team after the official merger in April of this year. At the time, Activision Blizzard said developer Tony Hawk’s Pro Skater 1+2 and Crash Bandicoot N. Sane Trilogy would no longer create the game as a main studio.