Blueshift Interactive introduced an upcoming skateboarding game set in space.
Blueshift Interactive, a UK-based indie game development studio led by Principal Technical Artist and Game Developer Calvin Simpson, has recently offered a sneak peek into its upcoming skateboarding game, currently in development.
Drawing inspiration from Criterion's 2001 video game Airblade and, presumably, the Tony Hawk titles, the game unfolds in a futuristic space-like world filled with an array of ramps, rails, poles, curbs, and ledges for players to conquer. Instead of a typical skateboard, however, the player is equipped with a Back to the Future-style hoverboard, allowing for faster movement and opening the door for more ways to tackle the obstacles.
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Unfortunately, besides the 3-second demo, no information about the WIP title has been disclosed, so, at the moment, the game's name or its release date remain shrouded in mystery. However, the developer has confirmed that the upcoming game is powered by Epic Games' Unreal Engine 5.