Tony Hawk's Pro Skater 1 + 2 Warehouse Demo Details: Available Songs, Tricks, More

Here's everything you need to know about the upcoming Tony Hawk's Pro Skater 1 + 2 Warehouse demo.

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Before Tony Hawk's Pro Skater 1 + 2 drops on September 4 for PC, PlayStation 4, and Xbox One, those who pre-ordered it or bought the Tony Hawk Chipotle burrito can warm-up with the Warehouse demo that goes live on August 14 at 8 AM PT / 11 AM ET. Publisher Activision has now outlined everything we can expect in the demo.

Warehouse Demo Pre-loading

PlayStation 4 and Xbox One players can pre-load Tony Hawk's Pro Skater 1 + 2's Warehouse demo right now. PC owners who buy the game on the Epic Games Store will be able to download the demo on August 14 at 8 AM PT. Regardless of circumstance, if you've already pre-ordered the game or pre-order the game after the demo goes live this Friday, you'll be able to download the demo from your Library or the checkout screen.

Skate As Much As You Want, As Long As You Want

Once you've downloaded the demo, it's time to start skating. The Warehouse demo includes just the one level where you'll play as Tony Hawk in a Single Session. The game mode has you skating for two minutes to rack up as high a score as possible; the time will enter Overtime if you keep a combo going past the limit. After each session, you'll see a breakdown of your run, including your final score, longest combo, and more individual stats based on how you skated in that session. You can retry as many times as you want.

Some Songs To Grind Rails To

While not every track from the full release will be available, the Warehouse demo does feature a small handful of songs you can skate around to. You can check the list below, which is customizable in the Settings menu:

  • Billy Talent - Afraid of Heights
  • Goldfinger - Superman
  • Rage Against the Machine - Guerilla Radio
  • Tyrone Briggs - Lose Control

Some Tricks To Air Gaps To

The Warehouse demo includes tricks from across the Tony Hawk's Pro Skater franchise, including manuals, flatground tricks, reverts, spine transfers, acid drops, wall rides and wall plants, and trick transitions. In addition to the variety of tricks at your disposal, as well as the many newer tricks developer Vicarious Visions introduced, you can fully customize and remap Tony Hawk's trick list in the Settings menu.

You can also change Tony's Special Tricks in the Warehouse demo. Instead of just The 900, Kickflip McTwist, and 5-0 Overturn Grind, Tony can perform a few moves from other prominent skaters like Aori Nishimura, Geoff Rowley, and others. There are some open slots that can be interchanged with other Special Tricks to create a unique skating style all your own. You can also customize and remap grab, flip, and lip tricks.

The game is set to launch next month on PC, PlayStation 4, and Xbox One, so be sure to check out our Tony Hawk's Pro Skater 1 + 2 pre-order guide to learn about the other bonuses available. Vicarious Visions has confirmed the remastered package won't include microtransactions.

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