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Skater XL Coming to Nintendo Switch in NA December 5

The world of Easy Day Studios’ Skater XL will provide a chill grind when it comes to the Nintendo Switch on December 5 in North America.

Originally released in 2020, Skater XL differentiates itself from the pack with its Independent Foot Control System and physics-based gameplay that feature no pre-programmed tricks. As a result, this title has all movement done through the thumbsticks.

Players will be able to skate across a number of different locations, Downtown LA, the ginormous The Big Ramp, Easy Day High School, and even community created maps like Grant Park, Hüdland and Streets.Tiago Lemos, Evan Smith, Tom Asta and Brandon Westgate are all playable, accompanied by over 30 real-life skate brands.

Featuring gameplay at 60 frames per second on the Nintendo Switch, Learn more with the announcement trailer for this version below:

SKATER XL – Coming to Nintendo Switch December 5th

Both physical and digital editions will be available for $39.99. Note that the title will release on December 12 in EU and AU regions.

Skater XL is also available for the PlayStation 4, PlayStation 5, Xbox One, Xbox Series X|S, and PC via Steam. In the case of the latter, the title is 20% for the rest of today on the official Steam page.

Source: Press Release
The world of Easy Day Studios’ Skater XL will provide a chill grind when it comes to the Nintendo Switch on December 5 in North America. Originally released in 2020, Skater XL differentiates itself from the pack with its Independent Foot Control System and physics-based gameplay that feature no pre-programmed tricks. As a result, this …
The world of Easy Day Studios’ Skater XL will provide a chill grind when it comes to the Nintendo Switch on December 5 in North America. Originally released in 2020, Skater XL differentiates itself from the pack with its Independent Foot Control System and physics-based gameplay that feature no pre-programmed tricks. As a result, this …
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