Skate City shredding onto PS4, Xbox, Switch, and PC soon

Skate City will soon be bringing its vibe-fuelled brand of skateboarding to PC and consoles very soon, its developers Agens and Snowman have announced. Originally released exclusively on iOS devices in 2019 with the launch of Apple Arcade, Skate City is due to grind and flip its way to PlayStation 4 and Xbox One, as well as Nintendo Switch and PC.

More OlliOlli than Skater XL or Tony Hawk’s Pro Skater 1+2, Skate City adopts a side-on view as players weave through each of its cosy stages, weaving together tricks and crossing off a list of skateboarding challenges. There’s no word on a release date or pricing just yet – more information should soon be made available via Skate City’s Steam page (it has been confirmed for release on the Epic Games Store, too).

Here are some more details about what to expect from Skate City:

About Skate City

Skate City captures the heart and soul of street skating in an authentic light. Players will have the opportunity to explore three unique cities based off of real-world skate locations, including the streets of Los Angeles, Oslo, and Barcelona. Set to original lo-fi beats, you can ride like a local through each city’s Challenge mode, or take it at your own pace with Endless Skate. Head to the skate shop to customize your player and unlock everything else available!

Key Features

  • Coast through three beautiful and iconic locations based off of real world skate spots in Los Angeles, Oslo, and Barcelona.

  • Hundreds of trick combinations, including flip tricks, grabs, grinds, spins, and manuals with our easy-to-use controls.

  • Over one hundred challenges to complete. Or chill out and ride at your own pace with Endless Skate.

  • Customize your skater by picking up a new deck, trucks, wheels, shoes, hats, glasses, clothes, or hairstyle. You can also change your skin tone while creating your skater.

  • Capture and share your best runs with our in-game recording tools. You can zoom in, spin the camera and even slow down time to highlight your best tricks.

  • Original soundtrack of atmospheric lo-fi beats.

  • Dreamy, beautiful, nostalgic art style.

Source: Press Release

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