Skate 4 announced by EA but fans will need to wait for release date

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Skate 4 announced without a release date (Image: EA )

Fans have had to wait for years but it looks like Skate 4 is finally in development and coming to leading platforms.

EA Play had plenty of news and announcements, including new games for FIFA, Madden and Star Wars franchises.

But the big surprises were saved for the end, including the news that a Skate game is now being worked on.

Unfortunately, EA didn’t provide any details on what the new Skate game will be called – we’re calling it Skate 4 for continuity – or what platforms it will arrive on.

It seems likely that it will be available to play on PS5, Xbox Series X and PC, and whatever other streaming options EA wants to support.

It should also be noted that the new Skate game is in early development, as confirmed by game director Deran Chung during EA Play.

“We’ve been waiting years, honestly, to make the right game at the right time with the right idea, and I’m really, really pleased to say that we’re here,” Chung said.

“It is really early, but it takes a little while to find Cuz, or wake him up.”

Speaking about bringing back the franchise, Laura Miele, EA chief studios officer told Game Informer: “Our vision as a studios leadership team is to listen to player feedback and act on it, so this project has been a priority for us for the past few years.”

EA has also confirmed that more games will be coming to Steam, meaning Skate 4 could be in the mix sometime in the future.

A message from EA adds: “Electronic Arts is bringing 25+ EA games to Steam this month that will also be available as part of an EA Access subscription on Steam that arrives later this summer.

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“The full suite of the #1 life simulation game, The Sims 4, and its five years’ worth of added content packs will be available on June 18.

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“The Battlefield franchise also returns to Steam where players can experience all-out-war and pick their battles from modern day warfare in Battlefield 3 and Battlefield 4 to the fights of the past during WWI and WWII in Battlefield 1 and Battlefield V respectively. They can even enjoy some cops and criminals action in Battlefield Hardline. What about visiting a galaxy far, far away?

“Now players can play as iconic Star Wars characters and with the incredible Star Wars vehicles in Star Wars Battlefront I and Star Wars Battlefront II.

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“Players can also battle it out in the wacky, fun and over-the-top shooter, Plants vs Zombies: Battle for Neighborville, or play from a selection of the bold and innovative games from EA’s indie development partners like Unravel, Unravel II, Fe and Sea of Solitude.”


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