A brand-new trailer for Skatebird verifies the approaching skateboarding computer game has actually been postponed to September.
Skatebird, the upcoming avian-themed skateboarding video game established and released by Glass Bottom Games, has actually been struck with another hold-up and will now arrive this coming September — one month behind formerly anticipated.
A brand-new trailer for Skatebird reveals a feathered pal skating and rolling around on a keyboard, wreaking all type of technical havoc as it does so. The video concludes by exposing that Skatebird is no longer arranged for release on Aug. 12, and will rather show up on Thursday, Sept. 16. This statement is followed by the message, “Sorry. Shipping games is hard.”
Partially influenced by the Tony Hawk’s Pro Skater series, Skatebird puts gamers into the small shoes of skateboarding birds. Skatebird was initially revealed as a PC video game back in late 2018, with an early alpha construct demonstration showing up in mid-2019 together with a Kickstarter project to money the complete variation of the video game. The Kickstarter raised an overall of $67,220 — more than 3 times its preliminary objective.
Xbox One and Nintendo Switch variations of Skatebird were revealed in late 2019, with the video game getting a 2020 release window. Come July of 2020, nevertheless, the video game was postponed to 2021. Just last month, Skatebird got a main release date of Aug. 12. In light of this brand-new trailer, nevertheless, gamers will now need to wait an additional month for the video game to launch.
Developed and released by Glass Bottom Games, Skatebird launches Sept. 16 for Nintendo Switch, Xbox One and PC.
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