A lot of significant games that released in the months prior to the PS5 as well as Xbox Series X/S came out have either already got ports for the new gaming consoles, or will be receiving them eventually in the future. One video game that’s involving the new consoles soon is Tony Hawk’s Pro Skater 1 +2. This being an Activision video game, the next-gen upgrade paths right here are not as hassle-free as other authors have actually gone with, with proprietors of the video game’s typical versions needing to pay an added $10 for the upgrade, while those who possess the deluxe versions can do so free of cost.
As it ends up, however, there’s a catch also where the former is concerned. As found by The Player, Activision’s Frequently Asked Question web page for next-gen upgrades of Tony Hawk’s Pro Skater 1 +2 states that while those who have the video game’s common edition on Xbox One digitally will have the ability to update to the game’s forthcoming Xbox Series X/S variation (upon paying the added $10), that won’t be the case if you own the game literally.
Next-gen upgrades for the video game aren’t provided for the video game on Xbox One if you possess it on disc at all, which suggests you’re going to need to divulge the full cost once again if you want the game’s updated variation. What’s curious is that the very same isn’t the instance with PS4 to PS5 upgrades, where even those that have the video game’s physical basic version can upgrade to the PS5 port.
No factor has actually been offered regarding why this holds true, however ideally Activision will remove this up quickly.
Tony Hawk’s Pro Skater 1 +2 is currently readily available on PS4, Xbox One, and also PC, and established for release on PS5 as well as Xbox Series X/S on March 26, with a Nintendo Change variation coming later in the year.