Session Launched in Early Access on PC This Week


MONTREAL – Sept. 17, 2019 – creā-ture Studios has released the hotly anticipated skateboarding simulation game Session today on Windows PC via Steam Early Access for $19.99.

Inspired by the golden era of skateboarding, Session captures the free-flowing creativity, culture and madness of the sport in its purest form with realistic skate physics and collaboration from pros like Donovan Strain for a truly grounded experience. The game features true stance-stick controls* in which each stick on the gamepad controls one foot to replicate the real deal and teach you to pull off tricks like an expert.

Session’s early access debut stars a 1:1 scale environment of New York’s lower Manhattan, featuring the legendary Brooklyn Banks and the surrounding Financial District. Throughout early access, creā-ture will work with the community’s feedback to expand the game to include some of the world’s most legendary skate spots. Filming has always been a major part of skateboarding culture, so Session also features an extended in-game video editor that allows players to create and share their own trick reels and montages.

Session is expected to launch on Xbox One via Xbox Game Preview later this fall. For more information, follow creā-ture on Twitter, Instagram, and Facebook.

*Gamepad/controller required to play.


About creā-ture Studios

Here at creā-ture Studios, located in the surroundings of Montreal, Canada, we try to do things differently - not because we have to, but simply because making games doesn't seem to be what it used to. Formed by guys who got sucked into the AAA industry for probably too long, we strive at getting back to what video games are to us. More than a product, a creā-tion, the achievement of an art form envisioned into something fun and interactive! Our goal is to bring high-quality, detail-oriented, entertaining, creative and original games to niche markets and to serve them the best we can with an inspiring mindset, creating games that will meet the needs, quality standards and requirements of the people who play them. At the end of the day, it needs to be legit and fun. For more information, visit http://www.crea-turestudios.com.


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