Epic Skater 2 Launches on Steam, New Career Mode, Free Skate, and More Features Detailed

Epic Skater 2 arrives on Steam with loads of new tricks and features.

on November 9, 2018 7:41 AM

Originally Epic Skater was available for iOS and Android devices allowing players to skate across 2.5D levels, racking up radical tricks. Developer, Your Daily Fill has now announced that the sequel Epic Skater 2 is available for PC.

If you’re still waiting for Session that was shown off earlier this year at E3 2018, or if you’re still saddened that Skate 4 isn’t real after EA’s Community Manager Tweeted the hashtag, then this might sate your appetite.

Developed by former Tony Hawk’s Pro Skater developers, Epic Skater 2 improves upon the previous title by not only implementing gamepad controls but by changing and adding various features. For example, removing in-app purchases and advertisements that were present in the original mobile version, and a create-a-skater system.

According to the press release, the title has been in development for two years and has been rebuilt to go beyond endless running, expanding every available aspect of the game. It looks as if there are more challenges for players this time around with 100 Steam achievements to unlock, weekly in-game leaderboards, and eleven tiers with over two-thousand goals in endless mode.

Additionally, there are forty career mode levels with challenges, and over forty-four, upgradeable tricks with new tricks added to the game. Players can kit their skater out with over six-hundred gear, clothing, accessories, and decks to choose from.

Epic Skater 2 also allows players to turn around by using wallplant or wallpush allowing them the freedom to skate around the level. To add to the freedom there’s a free skate mode available too.

The title is also available with the above features for iOS and Android as a free-to-play, however, does involve some in-app purchases that can be paid for. You can find the trailer below.

Epic Skater 2 is available for PC, iOS, and Android.

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