Skating kick flips on mobile when EA announces a reboot

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Don’t get too excited. The game is free to play.

Skating mobile hero

Electronic Arts is currently working on a new version of Skate, a popular series of extreme sports games it develops and publishes. The news about the game has been spreading like a wildfire ever since. The internal build of the game leakedSuch EA is currently out before this information As we’re trying to get things right, we’ve released a YouTube video where creators hold a roundtable to discuss the project. Consoles and PC games are also in the early stages of mobile development and will offer cross-play and cross-play. Progress on all platforms.

If you want to watch a roundtable of skating, the 18-minute video is directly above. In particular, general manager Dan McCulloch has revealed plans to move Skate, which is currently in early development, to mobile. We already know that Skate will be a live service game that you can play for free. This certainly undermines things, given that this series has been a premium so far. This certainly shows why cross-play and cross-progression on as many platforms as possible is EA’s priority, but when skate fans’ favorite skateboard series will soon become Electronic Arts’ latest F2P greed festival. I suspect I’m excited to hear it. ..

The roundtable details that the game involves microtransactions, but Dan McCulloch argues that if the map isn’t locked behind the paywall, there’s no way to pay to win. Perhaps there is no loot box and no way to pay the advantage. I personally take these claims with a lot of salt, but I think it’s good that the developers publicly claim that Skate can’t be ruined by greed. business. So I know the time. There are few quality skateboarding games anymore, so I hope EA won’t blow it away.

It’s obvious Electronic Arts is still working hard on skatingThe studio has also released a gameplay trailer that shows off the game’s behavior, apparently not ready for the general public. So if you want to know how the situation is formed, it’s still obviously in the early stages, but at least you can get a feel for the gameplay. Also, the mobile launch will take place well after the release of Skate’s console and PC, so it will take even longer to see how the mobile versions will be compared. I’m certainly afraid that EA will ruin the series with an F2P release, but the game can be successful, so it’s a worthwhile game where developers are loyal to the word and not full of disgusting things. Hope to provide monetization.

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