Session E3 2018 trailer

Skateboarding game due out in 2019.

Session

Crea-ture Studios debuted a new trailer for Session, its upcoming skateboard game, during Microsoft’s E3 2018 press conference.

Here is an overview of the game, via Crea-ture Studios:

Inspired by a golden era of skateboarding – the early ’90s through the early 2000s – Session captures the true culture of the sport, where the goals are expressing your creativity and learning progressive tricks through hard work, perseverance and a bit of madness. The game has authentic recreations of some of the most legendary skate spots on earth, where you can film your friends and blow minds by creating the gnarliest video parts (in classic VHS style, of course).

Session charts a line away from the arcade-style skateboarding games of the past. In Skate Mode, you’re using a fresh dual-stick control scheme to focus on landing difficult individual tricks. Each stick controls a foot to replicate authentic and intuitive skateboarding motion. When you’re not skating, you’re in Filmer Mode, capturing footage, then editing and sharing it. The camera system, inspired by the timeless late ’90s skate videos, gives players a new and more dynamic perspective on their tricks.

Session is due out for Xbox One and PC in 2019.

Watch the trailer below.

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