SkateBIRD Getting New Steam Festival Demo

A new level will make its way to the latest playable demo of Glass Bottom Games’ SkateBIRD.

The level included in the demo is the densely packed Rooftop, which is packed to the gills with ramps. Learn more about how players will be able to get a feel for bird-based boarding with the trailer below:

SkateBIRD Is SOON (Official Trailer)

Each stage in SkateBIRD is made up of household objects. Along the way, players will be able to link combos, pull off steezy lines, unlock new gear, and attract fans. For those with a keen ear, a number of lo-fi birb-hop beats and the ability to import MP3s have been included.

The title was funded in 2019 via Kickstarter, where it was able to raise more than three times its funding goal at $67,220.

The demo will be released as part of the Steam Winter Festival, happening from February 3 to February 9. The final release will come out for the PlayStation 4, Xbox One, Nintendo Switch, and PC later this year.

Source: Press Release
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