Skater XL is just around the corner and Easy Day Studios has invited Jboogie to host a 2-hour Twitch stream tonight at 8:00 PM ET. He will be showing off the game obviously, but some unreleased content will also be revealed.
SKATER XL 1.0 EXCLUSIVE FIRST LOOK WITH @jbooogieXL! TONIGHT 5pm PST/ 8PM EST | LINK IN BIO
Tune in for a 2 hour look at previously unreleased content, and see more of what to expect when Skater XL launches on July 28th!!! #SkaterXL #Skateboarding #Gaming #VideoGames pic.twitter.com/aLbG1aPdBN
— Skater XL (@skater_xl) July 24, 2020
Skater XL releases on July 28 for Xbox One, PlayStation 4 and PC. A new launch date is still being worked out for Nintendo Switch fans.
FREEDOM OF EXPRESSION
Skater XL is unique in that it doesn’t have any tricks programmed into it, only control of the movement through the thumbsticks. Each thumbstick is connected to the corresponding foot of the skater and as the player moves the stick, the board instantly responds. Much like a musical instrument, the player has complete freedom, whether it be pushing to nail a line or skating free from.
PLAY AS REAL-LIFE PRO SKATERS
The game is launching with highly renowned pros TIAGO LEMOS, BRANDON WESTGATE, EVAN SMITH, and TOM ASTA. Each skater will have their own gear that fits their style.
REAL LIFE ICONIC SKATING LOCATION
In Skater XL, players can shred legendary real-world skate spots that are home to some of the most iconic skaters and tricks in the world.
The possibilities are endless for players to personalize their Skater XL experience. Players can customize their entire look, including their skater’s gear with different tees, hoodies, hats and shoes.
COME PLAY IN THE SANDBOX
Each area is yours to explore. With the freedom of an open-environment, players will be able to push themselves, perfecting the subtle nuances of a highly technical trick or free form skate.
Dive into a passionate community with more than 50,000 members in Discord who create online zines, video parts, fakeskate brands, and hundreds of mods. Players can become part of a bigger ecosystem and join the digital skateboarding subculture where they can share their creativity.