Skate 4: Release Date, News, Gameplay, Leaks and More

Ruel Butler

Published: November 2, 2022 at 8:07 am

If you just can’t wait to start shredding in your next Skate game, check out our full coverage on Skate 4.

Skate 4, or simply “Skate” as revealed by the developer stream in July 2022, is another major Skate game on the horizon. It was confirmed that the game is free, and the developers assured fans that the game will not be too much in cash. “No areas of the map are closed behind the dam” is a statement that the developers gave to worried fans, and we are glad to hear it.

With many other sports games like Fifa and Madden getting their annual releases, it seems that skateboarding games have fallen by the wayside. So, if you’re ready to get your hands on your next Skate game, we’ve got protection for you. In this article, we’ll cover everything that’s known about Skate 4, including release dates, gameplay features, leaks, and more.

Skate 4 Release date

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Skate 4 has been confirmed to be free. (Photo: EA Sports)

So far it exists no confirmed release date for Skate 4. Moreover, the game is not expected to be released any time soon. After being announced in 2020, the developers found that Skate 4 is still in an early stage of development. The team formed to work on the game was confirmed on Twitter in January 2021. So, if the team was only formed in January 2021, there is still a lot of work to do in Skate 4.

EA CEO Andre Wilson has hinted that the game will be “launched soon,” but little has been confirmed with regard to the date. It’s also impossible to estimate the release date from previous titles. All three Skate games (and Skate It) were released year after year. It’s been over a decade since the last main Skate game. For these reasons, it is speculated that Skate 4 will be released in 2023 at the earliest.

Features of Skate 4

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Skate 4 will have tons of new gameplay features. (Photo: EA Sports)

Little is known about Skate 4 other than a few pre-alpha content that we’ll cover later in this article. One of the biggest additions to Skate 4 is the cross-platform and cross-platform play, allowing players to develop their skating skills on any platform.

In addition, the creators stated that there may be a more social mode in which players will be able to spend time in skateparks with other players. Jeff Grub, who has been in touch with the developers and played pre-alpha, stated that:

“They’re going to take some modern stuff, in particular stuff you might see in Forza or many modern online multiplayer games where you’ll have a lot of customization options for your character, lots of skins, skins for your board, stuff like that. And there will be a lot of user-generated content that you can wrap your board with with crazy community contributed content – they will really highlight that. “

Skate 4 Leaks and News

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Are you ready to start shredding in Skate 4? (Photo: EA Sports)

Fans can check out the Skate 4 early trailer below. This doesn’t show any gameplay, but is a good way to let your audience know that the game is still in progress.

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Then, the official Skate Twitter account posted another trailer in June 2022, confirming that they are there still I’m working on a game.

Additionally, the pre-alpha footage provided by Grubb on Twitter can also be checked below. This allegedly leaked from an early test of the Skate 4 game in April 2022.

It’s confirmed that Skate 4 will be released for PS5, PC and Xbox Series X / S. Developed by the new studio Full Circle, we’re excited to see what this new studio can do to bring the long-dormant Skate franchise to life. We will try to update this article with new information as it is published.

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Featured image courtesy of EA Sports.

With a script by Ruel Butler

Ruel is a staff writer at GINX based in the UK. He has worked and studied in Japan for several years and loves everything related to games and anime. You can contact him at


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