They will arrive during the month of September with news and for PC, PS4 and Xbox One.

Tony Hawk’s Pro Skater 1 + 2 Remaster announced for September 4. This is the first of the novelties that has been presented at Geoff Keighley’s Summer Game Fest, which has been presented with a trailer and with the presence of the legendary Tony Hawk in the live show he has been giving on social networks. In this way, Activision returns to the path of the remaster for a saga that already had an HD version of the first installment in 2012, but which aims to arrive with many new features that go beyond graphic improvements. The game is coming to PS4, Xbox One, and PC in September.

The title is developed by Vicarious Visions with graphic improvements, new cheats, added features, and some of the most iconic pieces from the original installment, such as Goldfinger’s Superman. What they want to achieve is that the 1999 and 2000 games look better than ever in this new version, offering all the original levels, the professional skaters, the tricks and the modes of the titles that we played more than 20 years ago. Naturally there will be plenty of Tony Hawk, Steve Caballero, Geoff Rowley, Bucky Lasek, Elissa Steamer, Kareem Campbell, Andrew Reynolds, Bob Burnquist and Chad Muska, among others.

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Some of the major news will be the arrival of other objectives and challenges to overcome and also secrets to discover. The game will offer split screen and online options as well. In addition, we will have both ways to create a park and a skateboarder, with more customization and more objects available to users. Among the features of the remake, the option of being able to share the parks we create online with other players. Note that all content will be achieved through playing the title, without microtransactions.

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This has been confirmed by the developer in declarations to Gamespot, where they explain that “everything you see at launch is going to be unlocked by playing, we have no plans to monetize anything at launch” and that the game will offer a “complete experience”. “If there is a demand for additional content, we might consider it.” Finally, note that cross-play may be allowed in post-launch, something that Activision already does with its Call of Duty: “When the time is right we will say more about it.”

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