It's not Skate 4, but it might as well be.

A new gameplay video for the upcoming skateboarding game, Session, was released today. Developer crea-ture Studios released this new video that shows off some of the free-flowing nature of the game. Just like another popular skateboarding franchise, this game utilizes the analog sticks on controllers to control each foot.

Check out a sample "line" shown off at the Brooklyn Banks location. A "line" being a string of several tricks carried out in quick succession. In addition to today's news, there is confirmation about some professional skateboarders being involved in Session. These include Donovan Strain, Dane Burman, and Ribs Man.

Session is entering into Steam Early Access on the PC for $19.99 (USD) on September 17, 2019. An Xbox Game Preview release will happen in October. A full release will be in early 2020.

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Inspired by the golden era of skateboarding, Session lets players experience what skateboarding is really like -- an incredible culture where there are no goals other than expressing your creativity and achieving success through hard work, perseverance and a bit of madness. The PC early access version of Session will include true stance-stick controls: each "stick” controls one foot to replicate real skating while highlighting the difficulty of “switch” tricks. The skateable environment is a 1:1 scale of New York focused on lower Manhattan, featuring the legendary Brooklyn Banks and surrounding Financial District.