According to CKY drummer Jess Margera, Activision is working on something new Tony Hawk’s Pro Skater Following the success of Tony Hawk Pro Skater 1 + 2 Remastered..
CKY drummer Jess Margera may have spilled beans on an unannounced Activision project in a new interview.Appeared in In a closed room In an April podcast, the drummer (and brothers of the series’ flagship Bam Margera) said the band was working on a new title with the publisher (Cheers, VGC).
“Now tours are your main source of income and you really have to try to get a license agreement. Go where you can with video games and more,” Margera explained in an interview. ” […] And we believe we are doing something new [THPS game] Come out. “
It’s unlikely that Margera is referring here to Tony Hawk’s Pro Skater 1 + 2 Remaster, which has already been released: Margera isn’t unaware of the game’s release and has clues as to what’s next. There seems to be.
“Yes, my son just got a PS5, and he got a remaster of 1 and 2,” he said in an interview excited about his participation in the next project. I will answer when asking if I have one. “The classic Tony Hawks are very nice and the layout is great so it’s very cool, but obviously the system is old and the graphics aren’t that great. It’s basically enhanced with the same assumptions and the graphics are great.”
CKY previously included 96 fairly bitter presences in Tony Hawk’s ProSkater 3. Does that mean Activision may be considering re-releasing Tony Hawk’s ProSkater 3 + 4?
The publisher hasn’t announced anything about the future of the franchise beyond Tony Hawk’s ProSkater 1 + 2 Remaster, which will hit the Nintendo Switch in June, but the developers have seen good sales and reviews of the remaster.