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Skate 4 leak reveals 30 seconds of pre-alpha footage

A recent Skate 4 leak revealed over 30 seconds of pre-alpha footage.

As seen by VentureBeat’s Jeff Grubb, the video was leaked via Burner’s account on Odysee. It shows the player character skating and moving on tracks in urban areas and performing tricks such as kickflips and pop shuvits. Neither the character model nor the environment have textures, which is normal for pre-alpha prototype images. Grubb reports that EA is testing early versions to get a “feel” of the game before developing the environment and visuals.

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Here’s a pre-test snippet for Skate 4. This is in line with what I’ve heard from several people about where the game is. They try to get the feel right, which is probably the most important aspect of the skateboarding game. https://t.co/AXNV2Agk6z pic.twitter.com/nUINhghxLgApril 20, 2022

Series creative director Cuz Parry and game director Deran Chung announced Skateboard 4 at EA’s E3 2020 showcase, but didn’t reveal much beyond the fact that the game exists. In fact, we haven’t seen footage of the actual gameplay, so this leaked video is the first real footage of the Skate 4.

The next installment of the storied cult board is simply called Skate, this time without a digital appendix, and in February EA released a brief update stating that the game is “coming soon.” Grubb, an insider with a solid track record, said he doesn’t expect Skate 4 to release in 2022, but expects we’ll hear more about the game “soon.” One can only hope; it’s been 12 years since Skate 3 was released (sorry to remember 2010 was 12 years ago).

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Skate 4 leak reveals 30 seconds of pre-alpha footage

A recent Skate 4 leak reveals a little over 30 seconds of pre-alpha footage.
As spotted by VentureBeat’s Jeff Grubb, the footage was leaked via a burner account on Odysee. It shows the player character skating around an urban area grinding on rails and performing tricks like kick flips and pop shuvits. Neither the character model nor the environments have any textures, which is normal for pre-alpha, prototype footage. Grubb reports that EA is testing out an early build to figure out the “feel” of the game before it fleshes out the environments and visuals.
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This is Skate 4 pre-alpha footage. This is in line with what I’ve heard about where the game is at from multiple people. They’re trying to get the feel right, which is probably the most important aspect of a Skate game. https://t.co/AXNV2Agk6z pic.twitter.com/nUINhghxLgApril 20, 2022

Series creative director Cuz Parry and game director Deran Chung announced Skate 4 during EA’s E3 2020 showcase, but didn’t reveal much beyond the fact that the game exists. In fact, we’ve yet to see so much as a snippet of actual gameplay, making this leaked video the first actual footage of Skate 4 in action.
The next installment in the fabled cult boarder is simply called Skate – no numerical appendage this time around – and in February, EA issued a brief update saying the game would be “launching soon.” Grubb, an insider with a reliable track record, says he doesn’t expect Skate 4 to launch in 2022 but predicts we’ll hear more about the game “soon.” One can only hope; it’s been just about 12 years since Skate 3 launched (apologies for the reminder that 2010 is 12 years ago now).
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