Check out how development is going for EA's highly-anticipated skateboardng game Skate in a new developer showcase.
Following on from a recent leak from an earlier build of the game, its most recent playtest build also seems to have leaked, with new footage emerging online.
Skate might finally be coming back for good but can it reinvigorate the series?
The title is coming to "last-gen, next-gen and PC" with a mobile version in the works. Microtransactions are "mostly about cosmetics and convenience."
Developer Full Circle has released a statement about the leaked build for the in-development Skate. The studio has confirmed that the leak was for a build from September 2021.
Despite plenty of work still needing to be done, the "essence" of the Skate franchise is apparently still intact with animations looking "pristine."
Though Skate is still in the relatively early stages of development, plenty of new gameplay details have emerged thanks to a recent round of playtesting.
A comprehensive leak from recent playtesting for the new Skate has spilled the beans on some new details on the game.
Despite being very early in development, gameplay showcases smooth tricks, swinging from bars, wall-running and other cool things.
Sources speaking to insider Tom Henderson suggest the title is "much further along in development" than previously believed.
A newly published report has revealed potential new details on the upcoming Skate reboot, including its open world, customization, and more.
Pre-alpha game footage of the upcoming series reboot has emerged, showing core movement and animations.
Insider Tom Henderson also teases a playtest for "*that* Ubisoft game" and notes "at least" four Ubisoft titles are in playtesting this week.
The next instalment in EA's Skate franchise, in the works at Full Circle, might be further along in development than many would expect.
Electronic Arts CEO Andrew Wilson hints at user-generated content forming a major part of the sequel, which is seemingly close to release.
EA's Skate series will finally debut on PC with the release of skate.. Other platforms have yet to be officially confirmed, however.
Developer Full Circle doesn't showcase any gameplay but various details, like similarities to Skate 2 and multiplayer, are hinted at.
Developer Full Circle says it's not going to be showing off the next Skate game at EA Play Live later this week, but will have a small update on the game soon nonetheless.
Ya'll remember when they announced Skate 4?