EA’s most recent Skate game, Skate 3, was released more than a decade ago. However, in July, the company will begin playtesting for the eagerly anticipated Skate 4.
Skate 4 was first announced in 2020 at the EA Play event. Since then, EA has been tight-lipped about some game details. However, EA CEO Andrew Wilson revealed some details about Skate 4, including its use of user-generated content, in February.
EA Skate 4 Playtesting
It has been at the at the very centre of the Sims for a long time, it’s at the very centre of modes like FIFA and Madden Ultimate Team,” Wilson says. “It’s at the very centre at the design of Skate which will be launching soon.”
Skate 4 footage was leaked online in April, courtesy of Odysee. It was removed from the original source, but it was re-uploaded by known game industry insiders Tom Henderson and Jeff Grubb, who described it as a video that provides the “feel” of the game. Henderson, on the other hand, referred to the map in the video as “Fun Town.”
How to Register For EA Skate 4 Playtesting
There are some steps you must to be complete if you want to participate in the EA Skate 4 playtesting, where you could potentially try out the previously mentioned user-generated content and game elements from leaks.
First, ensure that you have an EA account. After that, go to the official EA Skate 4 playtesting website and create an account. Fill in your information as well as your preferred location.
The Skate 4 playtest will begin on Tuesday, July 5 at 12 p.m. CT and will conclude on Friday, July 8 at 7 p.m. CT.
However, there is no guarantee that you will be able to participate in the Skate 4 playtest because EA will decide who can. If you are chosen, simply check your email for an invitation from the company.