Easy Day Studios have announced that mod support is now available through mod.io and that community created content will be available in the full launch of Skater XL on July 28.
Three new maps created by Skater XL modding community members – ‘Streets’ by Jean-Olive, ‘Hűdland Training Facility’ by Pactole, and the world debut of ‘Grant Skate Park’ by Theo – will be the first Skater XL modding content available on all platforms. Each map has also been given visual enhancements by Easy Day’s art team in collaboration with the map creator.
Check out the mods and community trailer for Skater XL.
“Since the Early Access launch of Skater XL, the modding community has grown to a humbling 84,000 members who have created thousands of amazing maps, fake skate brands and gear,” states Dain Hedgpeth, Co-founder of Easy Day Studios.
“Their creativity and passion has not only inspired us, but has become an integral part of the Skater XL experience and we want to pay homage to this by including some of their work at launch. This is just the beginning of our plans to involve the community as we look towards launch and beyond.”
In further support of the modding community, PC players can now find Skater XL‘s extensive catalogue of community created mods at mod.io. The new cross platform modding service will allow mod creators to easily manage uploaded Skater XL mod content, and gives players quick and organized access when searching and downloading all of the best new Skater XL community content.
For more information check out the new Skater XL modding site at skaterxl.mod.io. Check out some of the mods for Skater XL that have already been uploaded to mod.io since the page went live.
Some of the mods created by the community so far
Skater XL will launch on July 28 digitally on PS4, Xbox One, Nintendo Switch and PC and at brick and mortar retailers for PS4 and Xbox One.