Tony Hawk is back with his iconic skating game “Tony Hawk Pro Skater 5” after Activision confirmed that fans should expect the upcoming extreme game to hit PlayStation 4’s and Xbox One’s soon.
In a report by Digital Spy , Haw revealed that “THPS 5” would pick up where the series left off after almost a decade has passed.
He added how the upcoming game could give a “nostalgic feel” for fans, who are now playing on the latest generation of console.
“I feel like the new consoles have become established, and we can bring back a nostalgic feel for the fans,” Tony Hawk said of the new feature.
“[We can] update it in terms of gameplay, look and motion, and create a new online community which is something we didn’t have in the past.
We had a skatepark editor and we had some online elements, but nothing that is so rich as it is now.” Following the new trend of online gaming, “Tony Hawk Pro Skater 5” is also expected to have the online feature, where gamers could share possible skate parks and created players while they skate at the same venue at the same time.
“I’ll be out there online playing for sure, and I can’t wait to see what people are creating and sharing,” he said.
Fans, meanwhile of the “THPS” series have been wondering if they would bring back the legendary skate parks and levels seen throughout the gaming series in the older consoles.
Included in the list are the signature hangar level and school stage that could give the “leap of faith” gap.
“But they’ve also been improved upon,” Hawk said.
“They won’t be changed, but expanded.” Furthermore, Polygon revealed a brief background of “Tony Hawk Pro Skater 5” for fans to know what to expect from the game.
“Tony Hawk’s Pro Skater 5 features a new set of levels packed with objectives and missions you can complete solo or with friends via online co-op and competitive play.
Whether you just want to have a session with friends or strangers or want to level up your character online and then take them offline, the game’s online flow is seamless.
Your created skate parks can also be shared with world.”