Activision To Fix Tony Hawk’s Pro Skater 5’s Known Issues

Following the launch of Tony Hawks Pro Skater 5, Activision have acknowledged the numerous issues and glitches within the game, and plans on addressing them. Activision is also collaborating with game developer Romomodo on improving the game, while there will also be free content coming soon.

Tony Hawks apparently suffers with a wide range of problems from performance, bugs and connectivity issues. In the following statement Activision said, “We are aware of the issues that players have experienced following the launch of Tony Hawk’s Pro Skater 5 and are working with the developer to address these so that we can continue to improve the gameplay experience for all of the Tony Hawk fans who have known and loved this franchise for more than 16 years,”

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Activision will be releasing two new stages and five bonus skaters as a free content update, this will add to the eight current levels available in the game. Tony Hawks Pro Skater 5 is available on Xbox One now and will come to Xbox 360 on the 13th of November this year.

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  1. Mathew says:

    The game just crashes on my Xbox one.. Played for the first level. Made 2 skate parks then it crashed every time.. I have deleted the game twice, deleted my content. The game still crashes every time. Piece of shit!! I want my money back, this is a digital copy from the Xbox store. Won’t even open. Not a happy gamer.

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