Skater XL Multiplayer Update Now Available for PS4, Xbox and PC
Hit the Streets with Up to 10 Friends in New Skater XL Multiplayer Update
The Skater XL Online Multiplayer Free Skate Mode allows players to join a random public room or start their own and invite friends to join using a passcode. Adding to the experience, the same replay editor functionality found in single player can be found in the new online mode, giving players the ability to save and edit group party lines, individual tricks, and memorable in-game events.
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The Skater XL Multiplayer update also includes months of work on performance improvements for consoles, with increased frame rate and a significantly smoother feel to gameplay, especially on base model units. Whether it’s mastering a complex trick line in DTLA offline, or soaring off the Big Ramp with a squad online, Skater XL’s gameplay and controls are feeling better than ever.
Need some fresh new gear to premiere during an online Skater XL session? We got you covered as this update includes new shoes from New Balance and éS Footwear, as well as an apparel capsule from Dickies with more gear and accessories on the way.
Skater XL is the evolution of skateboarding gameplay. With it’s Independent Foot Control System and unique physics-based gameplay, skate gamers finally have the expressive controls they have always dreamed of.
Dive into skateboarding paradise with levels that feature famous skate landmarks and environmental elements, including Downtown LA, the ginormous The Big Ramp, Easy Day High School, and community-created maps like Grant Park, Hüdland and Streets. Play as some of today’s top skateboarding pros Tiago Lemos, Evan Smith, Tom Asta and Brandon Westgate, or customize and create your own skateboarding legend with gear from more than 30 real skate brands. Skater XL is truly the skateboarding world’s digital counterpart.
Skater XL features include:
Freedom Of Expression – Skater XL’s physics-based controls don’t have any pre-programmed tricks – only the movement through the thumbsticks. Each thumbstick is connected to the corresponding foot of the skater and as the player moves the stick, the board instantly responds. Much like a musical instrument, the player has complete freedom, whether it be pushing to nail a line or skating free from.