Skate 4 Release Date Speculation, News and Gameplay

All your info about Skate 4 release date and much more.

When is the Skate 4 release date? If you’re a fan of the franchise, you know that the last game in the series ‘Skate 3’ was released back in 2010. Meanwhile, Skate 2 came out in 2009, and Skate was released in 2007. A spin-off called Skate It came out in 2008 as well.

Since there’s such a gap after the last game, it made fans curious to know if Skate 4 was even in development. Luckily, EA has announced that a fourth installment of Skate is indeed in development, over a decade after the release of Skate 3.

What is the Skate 4 Release Date?

As of the time of writing, there is no official release date for Skate 4. However, there are several indications that suggest it will likely be released sometime in mid to late 2024.

Skate 4 Release Date Speculation
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Here’s what we know so far:

Early Access Playtesting: The game began closed alpha playtesting in early 2022, and console playtesting is expected to happen soon. This suggests that development is progressing well and a release could be on the horizon.

EA CEO Announcement: In a Q3 2022 earnings call, EA CEO Andrew Wilson said that Skate is “coming soon.” While this is a vague statement, it suggests that the game is nearing completion.

Recent Gameplay Footage: During The Board Room episode 4 released in August 2023, new gameplay footage was shown, indicating continued development and progress towards a release.

Mobile Version: While the mobile version of the game may take longer to develop, its confirmation suggests that the main game is nearing completion.

Based on this information, the estimated Skate 4 release date could be in mid to late 2024. However, this is just speculation.

How much will Skate 4 cost?

Skate 4 will be free-to-play, set in a new city called San Vansterdam. It will have optional in-game purchases. There will also be no pay-to-win elements.

Here are some additional details that have been revealed.

  • Skate 4 will officially be called skate.
  • The game will be available on PC, PlayStation, and Xbox.
  • The game will feature cross-platform play and progression.
  • It’s developed by Full Circle, a studio in Vancouver, British Columbia, under EA. It’s led by Daniel McCulloch, and includes Deran Chung and Cuz Parry who created the original Skate games.

Check out some of the videos revealed by the devs till now.

How to Sign up for the Skate 4 Playtest?

If you want to see if you’re one of the lucky people who get insider access to the playtests, then sign up on the official website here.

Whenever there are any official confirmations, we will update you right here on Gamer Tweak.