Tony Hawk’s Professional Skater 1+2 has a convoluted $10 improve for PS5, Xbox Sequence S/X • Eurogamer.internet


Activision has now confirmed the previously-teased Nintendo Change version of Tony Hawk’s Professional Skater 1+2, in addition to new variations of the sport for PlayStation 5 and Xbox Sequence S/X.

The writer has mentioned these new PlayStation and Xbox variations will supply “quite a lot of upgrades, reminiscent of tremendous crisp 120FPS at 1080P, native 4K at 60FPS, spatial audio and extra”. They’re additionally not free – you may pay a $10 improve payment to unlock a “Cross-Gen Deluxe Bundle” except you personal the sport’s Digital Deluxe model at present.

Oh, and you may’t improve any disc copy on Xbox even if you wish to pay. Solely on PlayStation.

House owners of the Normal Digital Version on both PS4 or Xbox One, plus homeowners of both the Normal or Collector’s Version on disc on PS4, might want to buy the $10 Cross-Gen Deluxe Bundle from their console retailer to unlock the sport’s new model upon its launch.

There is not any clarification for why Xbox homeowners can’t improve their disc copies, or why Activision has chosen to not help Microsoft’s Good Supply to handle all of this.

There is not any obvious approach of simply shopping for a PS5 or Xbox Sequence X/S digital copy of the sport, both. The choices listed by Activision are the Cross-Gen Deluxe Bundle Version, which packs in each last-gen and current-gen variations and a handful of Digital Deluxe version in-game extras, or a disc-based copy.

On Xbox, transferring save knowledge from digital Xbox One variations to a model for Sequence S/X will simply work robotically.

On PlayStation there is a 10-step course of which you’ll be able to observe by way of Activision’s FAQ and Create-a-Park save recordsdata is not going to carry over.

This is identical $10 improve payment or pricier cross-gen bundle strategy which Activision beforehand used with Name of Obligation: Black Ops Chilly Battle. 2K kicked off the pattern with the same surcharge on NBA 2K21.

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