Skate 4 – Everything You Need To Know

During the EA Play event in June 2020, EA finally revealed that they are working on a fresh new Skate game after what seemed like an eternity of rumors and failed beginnings. Since the release of Skate 3 in 2010, this will be the first new game in the Skate brand.

The Skate games have developed a cult following among skateboarders and non-skaters equally, and are widely available. Although Skate 3 initially received only mediocre critical acclaim, it saw a resurgence in popularity after YouTube sensation PewDiePie became infatuated with the game's ragdoll physics.

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Several skating games have been released recently, including remasters of Tony Hawk's Pro Skater 1 and 2, Skater XL, and Session, as well as new versions of classic titles. Due to the fact that skateboarding will make its Olympic debut in Tokyo 2020, it appears as though the series is returning at the perfect time.

We've gathered all of the information we could find, and here's everything we know so far about Skate 4.

Skate 4 release date

Official statements regarding the release date of Skate 4 have yet to be made.

During the first unveiling, it was stated that the game was still in the early stages of development. With the exception of the statement that Skate 4 is in the works, very little information has been released, and we have yet to see any gameplay footage.

An employment page on the developer's website still has a number of job positions for the Skate development team, indicating that the game is still a long way from being completed.

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Andrew Wilson, the CEO of Electronic Arts, announced on the company's Q3 2022 earnings call that the game will “launch soon”

Our prediction is that the game will be released in late 2022 or early 2023, at the very earliest.

Skate 4 trailer

We have received two teaser films from the developer, despite the fact that there is presently no official trailer for Skate 4.

The first video was the actual announcement at EA Play 2020, which was the second video. A small video that basically just confirms that Skate 4 is a thing without revealing anything else is available to view below.

The following sighting occurred around one year later. Yet another brief video with no gameplay footage, this time showing notable members of the skateboarding community, such as Garrett Ginner and Atiba Jefferson, responding to the game's opening sequence.

It appears like the basic message is ‘be patient, we're working on it', as evidenced by a couple of photos that show us some motion capture action.

Supported Platforms

There hasn't been much information released regarding which platforms we can expect Skate 4 to be released on, with one major exception:

The new Skate game will be released on the PC for the first time ever in the franchise's history, which is a milestone in the industry.

Given the game's previous console-centric past, we expect Skate 4 to be released on the Xbox series X and S, as well as the Playstation 5, at the very least.

Final Words

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