Skater XL shows off community-created maps heading to all platforms

I can see my house from here

Easy Day Studios has released a new trailer for its sandbox skateboarding title Skater XL. The video showcases three brand new locations, all created by community members, that are available now on PC and will be arriving alongside the console ports later this month.

The first locale is real-world Chicago location “Grant Skate Park,” as created by long-time Skater XL modder turned Easy Day team member Theo. The second map featured in the video is the “Hűdland Training Facility,” an original creation by community member Pactole, which represents a burgeoning skater’s dream facility to hone all manner of tricks and skills.

Finally, the video closes out with Jean Olive’s “Streets,” a unique blend of architecture from all around the world. From the hills of San Francisco to the unique, skate-happy structure of Spanish suburbs, with notable world-famous locations in-between, “Streets” is an international buffet of the world’s finest skate spots.

While these three community maps have already been made available in the PC edition of Skater XL, Easy Day Studios has announced that they will be ready for launch alongside the PlayStation 4 and Xbox One ports on July 28.

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