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Tony Hawk says Activision 'canceled 3+4 remake' after Vicarious Visions merger

Tony Hawk says Activision ‘canceled 3+4 remake’ after Vicarious Visions merger

A planned remake of Tony Hawk’s Pro Skater 3 and 4 has been canned due to Activision Blizzard1 + 2 developer ingestion decision mutual visions.

This is according to the professional skater himself, who claimed during a live broadcast on Monday that Activision He was briefly taken from other studios, but allegedly was not happy with any of them.

That was the plan, up to the date of its release [1 and 2]”hook He said. “We were doing 3 and 4, and then Vicarious kind of took in, and then they looked for other developers, and then it’s over.”

Tony Hawk’s Pro Skater 1 + 2 . Trailer

He added, “The truth is [Activision] They were trying to find someone to do 3 and 4 but they didn’t trust anyone the way they did Vicarious.

So they took other shows from other studios, like, ‘What are you going to do with the title of THPS? And they didn’t like anything they heard, and then that was the case.

“Who know? Maybe when the dust settles, we’ll find out. You never know. I would have never imagined we would do 1 and 2 in 20 years.”

Activision Blizzard announced in January 2021 that it plans to Fold indirect insights into Blizzard as a support teamand integration It’s official In April this year.

At the time, Activision Blizzard said developer Tony Hawk’s Pro Skater 1+2 and Crash Bandicoot N.

From now on, the Vicarious Visions team of around 200 people will be employees of Blizzard and “entirely dedicated to current Blizzard games and initiatives,” Activision Blizzard said.

The veteran studio has been in existence for more than 30 years and has worked on dozens of titles, including Skylanders, Guitar Hero, fate and Call of Duty.

Tony Hawk’s 2020 Pro Skater 1 + 2 game – her latest and last game as lead developer – received positive reviews from critics and debuted as the fastest-selling entry in the franchise, selling 1 million copies within its first two weeks.

The 2017 Crash Bandicoot N. Sane trilogy was even more successful with 10 million copies sold in its first two years.

VGC’s Tony Hawk’s Pro Skater 1 + 2 review He said of the game: “Vicarious Visions delivered a great new version of two iconic games without letting the vices of modern gaming get in the way.”