Skater XL delayed to July 28 for PS4, Xbox One, and PC, unannounced date for Switch

New video showcases Easy Day High School stage.

Skater XL

Easy Day Studios has delayed Skater XL from its previously planned July 7 release across PlayStation 4, Xbox One, Switch, and PC to July 28 for PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC via Steam. A new release date for the Switch version will be announced in the “coming weeks.”

Here is the studio’s full message on the delay:

What is up, guys! We just wanted to let you know that 1.0 will be launching on July 28, a few weeks later than the original date.

Despite our best efforts, and due in part to things out of our control, we will be moving the physical and digital launch of Skater XL 1.0 on PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC to July 28. We will also be announcing a new launch date for Nintendo Switch in the coming weeks. We appreciate everyone’s patience as we work to finalize the game.

Not to worry—between now and July 28, we will be showing more unreleased content and features that will be available at launch of 1.0, continuing to polish the content and features, and make Skater XL the game that you all deserve at launch.

We appreciate your understanding and want to thank you for all your support! Here is a first look at Easy Day High School to hold you over.

Skater XL is currently available for PC via Steam Early Access.

Watch the Easy Day High School video below.

Thanks, Nintendo Everything.

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