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Skater XL officially taking to consoles and PC in July

Easy Day Studios has a few announcements ready as to their long awaited skate sim Skater XL, not the least of which is the official release date.

Summer skate

Ah the summertime. Usually, it’s a time to get outdoors and enjoy the sun and warmer temps, though this year might be a bit different, what with the stay at home orders and the global pandemic and all. So it’s a little extra cool then, that Easy Day Studios has announced that their skater simulation is on the way to get you virtually into the skate park.

Skate XL is on track for a July release, though there’s no specific date just yet. Nevertheless, that’s coming up fast, and you can expect to see the title arrive for the PS4, Xbox One, PC, and Nintendo Switch simultaneously.

Aside from the release month, we’ve also got a few additional tidbits for you today. That includes a special announce trailer with new pros lined up for the game, and the reveal of the “massive” downtown LA map.

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“Today’s announcements are the culmination of more than a year of focused development and we couldn’t be happier to have Tom, Tiago, Evan and Brandon as ambassadors of this journey,” stated Dain Hedgpeth, Director and Co-Founder of Easy Day Studios. “Downtown LA is iconic to skating and we wanted to showcase it first as we gear up for launch. We spent considerable time capturing critical details to recreate its many legendary spots and look forward to players getting their hands on it in July.”

Dain Hedgpeth, Director and Co-Founder of Easy Day Studios

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