Tony Hawk’s Pro Skater 1 and 2 is coming to the Nintendo Switch on June 25 for $39.99, rebuilt from the ground up in high definition.
- Skate as the legendary Tony Hawk and the original pro roster, plus new pros
- Skate to songs from the era-defining soundtrack along with new music
- Hit insane trick combos with the iconic handling of the Tony Hawk’s™ Pro Skater™ series
- Play all the original game modes and go head-to-head with local 2-Player modes
- Show off your style and creativity with upgraded Create-A-Park and Create-A-Skater features
- Take your sessions online and compete against players from around the world in Multiplayer modes and leaderboards
Tony Hawk’s Pro Skater 1 and 2 is already available on Xbox One, Xbox Series X, PlayStation 4, PlayStation 5 and the Epic Games Store.
If you missed our next-gen review of Tony Hawk’s Pro Skater 1 and 2, make sure to read it here.
Before I bought my PS5, I was very skeptical of the haptic feedback and adaptive triggers, baffled as to how they could truly improve the experience. Then, after the whimsy of Astro’s Playroom, I became extremely excited for how developers would implement them in future titles. Both are included in the PS5 upgrade, and while they feel a little clunky at first, they start to feel great after a few sessions. The feedback on R2 needs a good push when hitting the reverts, especially for those of us with long-standing muscle memory from the THPSseries. It might not bother you at all, you might turn it off completely, or you might get used to it after playing for a little while. I kept it on after getting adjusted and it doesn’t impact my skill level at all.