Skate 4 PC launch confirmed by developer Full Circle

It's a big win for PC skateboarding fans.

A Skate 4 PC launch has been confirmed by developer Full Circle, adding access to the game that EA counterparts like NHL 22 will not.

Full Circle made the announcement in a pretty comical manner, dropping “PC_confirmation.exe” into a tweet alongside a small video (below).

Previous games in the Skate franchise were limited to console only… much like EA Sports’ NHL franchise, which makes the jump to the Frostbite engine this year. Fans of that franchise were hoping for a PC release as a result, and were met with disappointment.

While this is great news for those who wish to play on PC, it’s a tad bittersweet: Full Circle said in July that work on the skateboarding title is “still early” on.

Skate 4 is planned for a release on Windows PC, Xbox and PlayStation consoles. We’ll keep you posted.

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