Members of Skater XL’s modding neighborhood have created a number of maps that may seem within the title at launch. There are a complete of three that developer Easy Day Studios will make obtainable on day one–Grant Park by Theo, Hudland Training Facility by Pactole, and Streets from Jean-Olive. Each of the community-created additions will characteristic throughout all platforms in Skater XL.
See all of three maps on show within the following trailer:
As beforehand famous, the Grant Park stage was created by a modder named Theo, who’s now a member of Easy Day Studios. The map is predicated on the design of Chicago’s Grant Skate Park, although Theo’s iteration takes a number of liberties for gameplay functions. With a three-acre format, Grant Park boasts diversified terrain, making method for “street and transition features with a focus on overall flow.”
Pactole’s Hudland Training Facility is a wholly unique creation. Replete with road and transition options, Pactole geared up this explicit stage with a formidable warehouse area that flows right into a road part. As a consequence, gamers could have the chance to sharpen their abilities on flatbars, handrails, stairs, and quarterpipes.
The Streets map from Jean-Olive takes inspiration from myriad “street spots” recognized to skate boarders throughout. Players will enterprise throughout a number of metropolis blocks, from San Francisco-inspired hills to Spain’s distinctive skateable fixtures. Jean-Oliver’s stage additionally boasts locales influenced by Los Angeles and New York skate spots.
Originally meant to roll out on July seventh, Skater XL is slated to reach on July 28th for the PS4, Nintendo Switch, PC through Steam, and Xbox One. We had a possibility to get a hands-off preview of the sport from the builders a pair months in the past, giving us higher perception into simply what Easy Day Studios is making an attempt to do with Skater XL. It was continuously known as the “musical instrument” of skater sims.