Tony Hawk’s Pro Skater HD is looking like the Tony Hawk that fans have been waiting for some quite some time. Not all of the content will be available on day one though. There will be several pieces of DLC content in the form of new levels from other classic THPS titles, available after launch of course.
The catch is that Activision is looking for feedback on which levels to include, from THPS3 specifically. So stop by their Facebook page to let your opinion be heard.
Tony Hawk’s Pro Skater HD is scheduled for a summer 2012 release for XBLA and PSN for $15 or 1200 Points.
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After constant prodding and heartfelt pleading from fans, Activision has confirmed today that Tony Hawk’s Pro Skater HD will get downloadable content. Going even further, it has been officially stated that first batch will include multiple levels from Tony Hawk Pro Skater 3 ? perhaps the most critically acclaimed game in the whole franchise. Ratcheting things up even further is the fact that the exact levels haven’t been decided yet, and Activision, Robomodo, and Tony Hawk himself want to hear from the fans to determine the final content of the DLC.
Hardcore fans may remember that Tony Hawk went on Twitter last summer to ask his fans their favorite THPS 1+2 levels, and that feedback played a role in the levels chosen for Tony Hawk’s Pro Skater HD. It wasn’t an exact science ? Tony still pushed to get Phoenix Downhill in there despite the fact it didn’t top the list ? but other levels like Marseilles and School 2 made the cut because of the fans.