Following an agonizingly long break, the Skate franchise is coming back. Announced during the EA Play Live showcase in June 2020, the game's newest entry, titled Skate, closed up the show by promising a game fans of the series have been asking for years. Now a couple of years later, we know a little more about what we can expect from the title. Here is everything we know so far about the upcoming game. Related: Skate 4 map, gameplay details leak on Reddit Everything we know about the new Skate game Are there microtransactions in Skate? Skate will be a free-to-play title, meaning there is no upfront cost to you to be able to play it. That being said, there will be microtransactions, but they are not supposed to affect gameplay whatsoever. Microtransactions in Skate are merely supposed to be cosmetic and convenience-based. No gameplay content will be locked behind these purchases, and there will be no paid expansions. The game is a live service title that you will be able to play nonstop without putting any money down if you so desire. Right now, we know that Skate will release on mobile, PC, PlayStation, and Xbox with current and last generation consoles. Nintendo Switch has not been officially confirmed as of this writing, but we expect it to come there eventually. When is the release date of Skate? Right now, we know that Skate will release on mobile, PC, PlayStation, and Xbox with current and last generation consoles. Nintendo Switch has not been officially confirmed as of this writing, but we expect it to come there eventually. https:\/\/www.youtube.com\/watch?vY2XddTE08rI&featureemb_title Gameplay From what we have seen so far, Skate's gameplay looks similar to what you know from the past. It's not quite as arcadey as a Tony Hawk game, but not a one-to-one simulation either. All we have seen as of this writing is a lot of very early looks at the game, so things may change. If that happens, we will update this article.