Easy Day Studios revealed the next step in the skateboarding evolution with the launch of a Multiplayer Free Skate beta for Skater XL. Available as an open beta on Steam today, up to ten players can jump into a free skate session together to hangout, explore different lines together, and even create group party line replays. As the next step in expanding Skater XL’s planned social ecosystem, the multiplayer functionality will be coming to PlayStation and Xbox soon.

Watch the Skater XL Multiplayer Free Skate trailer HEREyoutube.com/watch?v=cyvv9Dk9zoE
Up to ten players can hangout and chill together in the Skater XL‘s Multiplayer Free Skate.
Skater XL’s Multiplayer Free Skate is available now as an open beta to stress test the online system and servers. Player feedback will be gathered to fine-tune the experience before the official Free Skate mode launches on all platforms. The Multiplayer Free Skate mode includes the following features:

  • Skate with up to 10 people online – Join a random room, or start your own to invite your friends using a passcode.
  • Replays – Replay and save your group party lines with the same replay editor functionality found in single player mode.
  • Full details on how to join the Skater XL Multiplayer Free Skate Open Beta can be found HEREsteamcommunity.com/games/962730/announcements/detail/2981920432465934362

Skater XL is for $39.99 USD on PS4, Xbox One, and PC via Steam, and at brick and mortar retailers for PS4 and Xbox One. For the latest news and updates on Skater XL, follow the game on Instagram and Twitter, “Like” us on Facebook, and visit the official website, SkaterXL.com.

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