Those who personal the sport bodily on PS4 will nonetheless be capable to improve to PS5, although.
Most main video games that launched in the months earlier than the PS5 and Xbox Series X/S got here out have both already acquired ports for the new consoles, or can be receiving them sooner or later in the future. One sport that’s coming to the new consoles quickly is Tony Hawk’s Pro Skater 1+2. This being an Activision sport, the next-gen improve paths right here should not as handy as different publishers have gone with, with house owners of the sport’s customary editions having to pay an extra $10 for the improve, whereas those that personal the deluxe editions can achieve this for free.
As it seems, nevertheless, there’s a catch even the place the former is anxious. As noticed by The Gamer, Activision’s FAQ web page for next-gen upgrades of Tony Hawk’s Pro Skater 1+2 states that whereas those that personal the sport’s customary version on Xbox One digitally will be capable to improve to the sport’s upcoming Xbox Series X/S model (upon paying the further $10), that gained’t be the case in case you personal the sport bodily.
Next-gen upgrades for the sport aren’t provided for the sport on Xbox One in case you personal it on disc in any respect, which implies you’re going to need to cough up the full value once more in order for you the sport’s upgraded model. What’s curious is that the similar isn’t the case with PS4 to PS5 upgrades, the place even those that personal the sport’s bodily customary version can improve to the PS5 port.
No motive has been given as to why that is the case, however hopefully Activision will clear this up quickly.
Tony Hawk’s Pro Skater 1+2 is at present out there on PS4, Xbox One, and PC, and set for launch on PS5 and Xbox Series X/S on March 26, with a Nintendo Switch model coming later in the 12 months.