I remember playing Tony Hawk’s Pro Skater back when it was out on the original Xbox in 2001. It was a simple to pick up game that seemed to eat up the hours. I loved it.
Set to make his debut on Xbox One with the recently announced Tony Hawk’s Pro Skater 5, the legend behind the grind is coming back and man, is he looking old!
Activision, along with developer Robomodo, have produced a developer diary, charting the current progress of this eagerly awaited title. This stars Tony and his son, Riley Hawk. It also features Robomodo’s Executive Producer, Joshua Tsui, the amazingly named Ben Crossbones, sound designer, and among other skaters, Leticia Bufoni.
It’s been thirteen years since the release of Tony Hawk’s 4. Have a little look at the developer diary below and note that pre-orders for the Xbox One version open on the 29th of September.