During a live broadcast this Thursday (14), Electronic Arts gave more details about the new game in the Skate franchise.

The title will be made available as free-to-play and will feature crossplay, coming to PlayStation, Xbox and PC — possibly also to mobile devices.

The novelties were accompanied by a series of images in pre-alpha and alpha stages, where it is possible to observe collision mechanics, movement, maneuvers and interaction with the maps.

According to developer Full Circle, the scenarios will support numerous simultaneous events, offering a "constantly evolving" world.

In an interview with The Verge, Deran Chung, the games creative director said that "It's an authentic evolution of the franchise, taking what Skate 3 was in 2010 and bringing it to now and into the future,"

He further said that "This is not just an evolution of the franchise, but it's an evolution of where skateboarding is and was from 2010 to now and also where games are from the past to the present day."
You don't know what is being built when you enter the city, what has been built or what is happening. You jump up and you're like, 'Oh, what is this? Like a human Plinko wall? I need to check this out.' And the collaboration zones you make will appear in the world to others in real time.

With no confirmed platforms yet, Skate will have full support for cross-play between machines and cross-progression — transfer of saved files via the cloud. However, the developers announced that the title is still a long way from being released.



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