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Session: Skate Sim Official Release Date Announced

Now that the early access phase of Session: Skate Sim is almost over, NACON and Crea-ture studios have announced the release date of the new skate sim. The game launches September 22 on Steam, Epic Games Store, Xbox Series X|S, Xbox One, PlayStation 4 and PlayStation 5.

The exciting new content delivered in the February update will be taken to the next level by September. Crea-ture knows the requests and feedbacks of players. They work hard to make sure the quality expected will be reached at launch. 

Session coming September 22

You can check out the game preview from Xbox and Steam here. 

Session invites players to dive into the genuine 1990s skateboarding way of life, when each stretch of pavement and each stairway was a great location for your favorite stunt. The game’s ultra-realistic physics bring the sensations of skateboarding to life, and the studio has even integrated ‘ground-breaking gameplay’, a first in a skateboarding game: the “True Stance Stick, where each foot is independently managed using the two sticks. 

With a learning curve that is just as demanding as in real life, players have to practice how to control their board and pull off all the different tricks available in the game, from the simplest to the most complicated. The ‘integrated editing tool’ lets each player immortalize their greatest achievements on video.

Session can be decent title that can tide fans over or even compete with the new installment of Skate. As stated before, Session: Skate Sim will launch on September 22 on Steam, Epic Games Store, Xbox Series X|S, Xbox One, PlayStation 4 and PlayStation 5.


Let us know below if you’re picking up Session: Skate Sim. Come talk about it in our Discord, and check out our Twitter and Facebook pages as well as our growing YouTube Channel!

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