EA has unveiled Full Circle, the new studio answerable for the upcoming Skate sport.
Daniel McCulloch, Microsoft’s former head of Xbox Live, is fronting the Vancouver-based studio. Skate collection creators Deran Chung and Cuz Parry will probably be working alongside him to deliver the newest entry to life.
“We’re all about having fun and making great games that people want to play with their friends,” McCulloch stated in a press launch. “And we’re looking for more developers to help us build compelling worlds for players to explore.”
There are a number of vacancies at the fledgling studio, as listed on its official page. These vary from an Activities Designer to a Gameplay Mechanics Designer. The web page additionally states the staff is “working on the next evolution of Skate,” and though this will probably be the fourth entry in the skateboarding collection, the sport’s official title has but to be revealed.
Despite introducing Full Circle to followers awaiting new particulars on Skate, EA didn’t have any additional particulars to share on the sport.
The final Skate sport was Skate 3. It hit cabinets in 2010 for Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3. It’s been over a decade since EA has supplied any updates on the franchise following studio EA Black Box’s closure in 2013.
Previously, Parry stated that followers had “commented [the franchise’s return] into existence” throughout a livestream the place he and Chung introduced that they had been working on a new Skate sport. The pair didn’t affirm at the moment whether or not this might be a new numbered entry or a spin-off.