The popular universal fingerboard game, True Skate, is set to receive not one, not two, not three, but four brand new skate parts from early 2014, as part of a series of updates that will further improve the already impressive application. As a reminder, True Skate is available for $2.99, and is optimized for the iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.
In a handful of screenshots which reached us from TouchArcade, users can gain a closer look at one of the four new skate parks ahead of schedule. As you can see, this particular skate park is an outdoor venue situated in the middle of a green, lush environment; ramps and the like are colored orange, and grinding bars are dotted around the park, too.
Besides the skate park pictured above and below, TouchArcade explains that two indoor parks plus “a more street-style schoolyard park” will be added to the game. Further images are in the process of being shared to developer True Axis' Facebook Web page.
From what we understand, the first park is set to reach True Skate in January 2014, and will be available to unlock for $0.99 as an in-app purchase. The three remaining parks will soon follow, presumably priced at $0.99 each also.
True Skate launched more than a year ago now, back in October 2012, and as you may remember we gave it a positive review at the time:
This may be a casual game, but for skateboard fans it is so realistic it is almost as fun as the real thing. The best part is that you don’t leave the skate park with bruises and road rash.
Of course, there are a bunch of other skateboarding apps available to download in the App Store, too, and dedicated skaters looking to bring the experience to iOS should check out our AppList, Skateboarding Games For The iPhone. Here, “essential apps” include Rat On A Skateboard and Tony Hawk's Pro Skater 2.
As mentioned, True Skate can be downloaded in the App Store for $2.99, and it's optimized for the iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.
How do you like the look of the app's upcoming skate parks? We'll let you know once they reach the universal application.
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