E3 2018 News

In the Absence of Skate 4, Microsoft Showcases Session

Microsoft showcased Session, a new skateboarding game from Crea-ture Studios, during its E3 2018 press conference today.

The game’s new trailer shows off some of the tricks that players can perform in the game, recreating the skate culture of the late 1990s and early 2000s. The game promises a “unique control scheme that gives players full control.”

Conceived under the working title Project: Session in 2015, the game was successfully funded within three days on Kickstarter late last year, earning a total of CA$163,716.

Early predictions for E3 this year hoped that EA would announce Skate 4, a sequel to its 2010 game Skate 3. However, when the company failed to reveal the game at its press conference on Saturday, fans looked elsewhere, and Microsoft answered.

The game will be available on PC and Xbox One.

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