According to CKY drummer Jess Margera, Activision is developing a new Tony Hawk’s professional skateboarder Following success Tony Hawk’s Pro Skater 1 + 2 Remaster.
CKY drummer Jess Margera may have mentioned an unannounced Activision project in a new interview. The drummer (and brother Bam Margera who streamed the brother column in the series) appeared on the April “Behind the Door” podcast and pointed out that the band is working with the distributor (Cheers, VGC) to produce a new record.
“Now touring is your main income, you really have to try to get a license agreement. Try and try to be successful in video games or anything else.” Margera explained in an interview. ” […] I believe we are making new [THPS game] Also come out. “
Margera is unlikely to be referring to the already released Tony Hawk’s Pro Skater 1 + 2 Remaster: Margera doesn’t know the game’s release, and seems to know what’s next.
“Yes, my son just got the PS5, he got the remake of 1 and 2.” When the interview asked if he was excited about the next project, he replied. “It’s cool because the classic Tony Hawks are good and the layout is good, but obviously the system is old and the graphics are not that good, so they are basically just modified under the same premise, and the graphics are great. “
CKY previously included 96 “very bitter people” in Tony Hawk’s “Pro Skater 3”; does this mean that Activision may be considering re-release of Tony Hawk’s Pro Skater 3 +4?
Except for Tony Hawk’s Pro Skater 1 + 2 Remaster, which will land on Nintendo Switch in June, the publisher has not announced any news about the future of the franchise, but for developers, Ride Remaster has strong sales and reviews.
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