Skate City To Release on PC and Consoles on May 6 at $14.99

There aren’t enough skateboarding games out there. Skate City was released on Apple Arcade in 2019 and soon, it will expand its horizon with support to Xbox One, Xbox Series X/S, Switch, PlayStation 4, PlayStation 5, and the PC after its massive launch in May 6.

Developer Agens Games and Publisher Snowman released the majestic-looking mind-boggling skateboarding game ‘Skate City’ exclusively on Apple Arcade back in 2019. Cut to now, the much-awaited game is now arriving on a handful of consoles and PC.

For the uninitiated, Skate City is an endless side-scrolling runner game that takes you through the dreamscapes of Los Angeles, Spain, Barcelona, Norway, and Oslo in an epic skateboarding stint that will leave you wanting for more. No more bumping into others or sidewalks as Skate City gives your character a specific line to skate and pull off antics like Tony Hawk.

It is an easy-to-use and tough to master game that gives you goosebumps every time you pull off a stunt in slow motion. There’s a heartfelt soundtrack in the background that will get you glued but you can always switch it up with whatever gig you love while skating virtually.

Skate City uses a system of directional swipes that enables users to control their characters and pull off complex tricks on their skateboards such as sliding on railings and so on. The graphics are something we are a big fan of and there’s nothing that’s gonna change that view that hundreds of thousands of players across the globe have whilst playing the Skate City in beautiful, mesmerizing, and famous cities.

Skate City Release Date and Availability

You can pre-order it between April 29 to May 13 so don’t waste time, grab it right away. Skate City makes its way to Steam and Epic Games Store on 6th May for $14.99. Well, if you hurry, you will get it on sale for just $9.99 for the first-week post-launch. The game will debut in three cities i.e. Barcelona, Oslo, and Los Angeles. Apple Arcade added a Miami stage last year, however, we highly doubt that it will make it to the PC right after its launch next month.

Aadil Raval

Aadil Raval is a Technical Content Writer at ScoopSquare24. He handles several big-ticket tech websites as well and runs his blog TechTantrum along with passion for sitcoms like The Office, HMIYM, and Scientific Documentaries, Discoveries, News & Movies.

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