Developer Full Circle: skate becomes free-to-play

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EA studio Full Circle has released more details about skate, the alleged successor to the Skate 3. The game will be free-to-play, with cross-play and cross-progression support. Skate comes out for PlayStation, Xbox and PC. Mobile devices will follow at a later date.

The game will take place in San Vansterdam, a sister city of the virtual city of San Vanelona from Skate 1 and Skate 2. In the new game it will be possible to build game worlds together with other players via the CollaboZones where other gamers can also play in real-life. can play time.

Despite the game being free-to-play, skate will not receive paid loot boxes and no paid options to gain an advantage over other players. In addition, there will be no map behind a paywall. Developer Full Circle did announce that events and seasonal drops will appear. The game will contain micro-transactions, although the details are not yet clear.

Developer Full Circle chose not to title the game Skate 4 because, according to the company, it is not a successor, reboot or even a remake of the game franchise. According to the makers, Skate is a new platform that will expand considerably in the coming years.

In late June, Full Circle began a closed playtest for PC gamers. The game was still in a very early development stage at the time. The game studio wants to admit even more interested gamers to the closed tests and collect as much feedback as possible. Full Circle has not yet shared any information about when we can expect the game.

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