The Skate Twitter account posted a cryptic Tweet alluding to a PC release for the upcoming Skate 4.
There hasn't been much in terms of information on the upcoming release of Skate 4, including whether or not the title will, in fact, be Skate 4. For the time being, though, PC fans can look forward to a PC release for Skate 4, a first time for the franchise.
Yesterday, the official Skate Twitter account posted a short clip with the caption "PC_confirmation.exe." Not much else was revealed but it's pretty clear that the tweet refers to a PC release for Skate 4. The clip features quick shots of a skateboarder moving through an alleyway, culminating with a kick-flip over an old CRT PC monitor displaying the Skate logo.
Releases in the series had previously only made their way to the Playstation 3 and the Xbox 360. Not only will this be the first time that PC players can get on board with the Skate franchise, but it will be the first instalment to the series since Skate 3, in 2010.
When Will Skate 4 Release on PC?
It's early days for Skate 4, with a release date still nowhere in sight. Full Circle, the developers behind the latest instalment, are likely still working on finishing the product. Console and PC fans alike will be actively anticipating this game, with a late-2022 or 2023 release looking to be the most probable estimate at this time.
In the meantime, though, Xbox fans can acess the orginial Skate and Skate 3 on Xbox Game Pass. A perfect way to refresh some skills in the months leading up to Skate 4.