Tony Hawk: Ride developer Robomondo is already thinking about a sequel, according to studio boss Josh Tsui.
Ride, which makes use of the new wireless skateboard peripheral, is due out later this year, and doesn't even have a fixed date yet, but that's no barrier, apparently.
"Obviously, we're very focused on getting this done, but being the creative types that we are, we're always writing up new game proposals and things we want to do," Tsui told Industry Gamers.
"It's just a matter of timing. With Tony Hawk: Ride finishing up [we have to think about] the sequel to the game and where that fits into our schedules. It's a lot of juggling at this point."
Not unlike playing the game, which involves standing on a skateboard peripheral and wobbling about to manipulate your on-screen character.
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