Skater XL: Release of the skateboard game postponed

from André Linken
Skater XL is a bit longer. As the developer team of Easy Day Studios announced, due to some unforeseen events, the release is only scheduled for July 28, 2020. However, the developers want to use the additional time as well as possible.

It was actually planned that Skater XL would leave the early access phase on July 7, 2020 and be released as release version 1.0 for the PC and consoles. However, the waiting fans have to be patient a little longer. Because, as the responsible developer team Easy Day Studios announced, the release had to be postponed for a few weeks. This is due, among other things, to some unforeseen and unspecified events. The official statement states:

"What's up, folks! We just wanted to let you know that Skater XL (buy now for € 39.99) 1.0 will appear on July 28th – a few weeks later than the originally scheduled date. Despite our best efforts and due to some things that are not in our hands, we are postponing the release of Skater XL on Steam and the digital launch on PlayStation 4 and Xbox One. We'll also be announcing a new date for the Nintendo Switch in the coming weeks. We really appreciate your understanding as we work to complete the game. "

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By the way, Easy Day Studios wants to use the extra time to fine-tune the release version of Skater XL. This should allow the team to publish the game in the best possible condition. In addition, the developers plan to publish further information and presentable material on some of the content that will be available in release version 1.0 in the coming weeks. So there will be a lot to see in the near future.

Source: Easy Day Studios

Skater XL: The release date of the skateboard game has been set

The release of Skater XL will take place on July 28, 2020 on the PC and consoles. (2) (Source: Easy Day Studios)

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