In case you missed it… Electronic Arts and Full Circle released the 4th episode of ‘The Board Room,’ a series where the developers of skate. come together to give you an inside look at the game’s development, share updates, and answer fan questions about the release. In this episode, the development team takes players behind the scenes to delve into the intricacies of onboard and skating mechanics, shedding light on the creative process that fuels the game’s innovation.
The captivating episode showcases a change of scenery, with the action unfolding in EA’s Capture Lab in Vancouver. This new location is the birthplace of the motion capture magic that brings the game’s tricks and animations to life. As the episode unfolds, viewers gain insight into the process of capturing new tricks and integrating them into playtesting, all while unveiling the array of features, animations, and tricks in store for skate.™ enthusiasts. The team’s dedication to authenticity, innovation, and player experience shines through in every aspect, from trick mechanics to the dynamic city of San Vansterdam. This episode is a treasure trove of information, providing players with an exciting peek into the future of skate.
Not only did we get to peek inside the development in The Board Room last week, we also get highlights from July’s skate. insider playtests where users got to explore the early stages of San Vansterdam!
For those eager to contribute to the game’s development, signing up as a skate. Insider offers the chance to participate in playtests and help shape the game’s evolution. By following skate. on various social media platforms and keeping an eye on the newsroom, players can stay updated on the latest news, updates, and community discussions surrounding the game.
Check out the 4th episode of ‘The Board Room’ and July’s playtest highlights, above, and become a skate. insider at skate.game/insider for a chance to play, provide feedback and help shape the future of skate.
Seven years ago, we launched a campaign to bring back EA’s Skate, ‘Make EA Skate Again’, which had released its final game in the series in 2012. You’re welcome.