Yes, the time has finally arrived. The widely successful Tony Hawk's Pro Skater 1+2  is finally heading to some new gaming consoles.

This week, Activision confirmed that Pro Skater fans will be able to play the remastered video game on a slew of new consoles later this year.

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On Sept. 4, Pro Skater fans were treated to the remastered Tony Hawk's Pro Skater 1+2. Shortly after its release, the game broke a major franchise record. As it turns out, the new game is the first to sell one million copies in its first ten days. This feat makes the reboot the fast-selling game in the Pro Skater franchise’s history and a triumph following the abysmal Tony Hawk’s Pro Skater 5.

So far, many fans have been unable to play the remastered game. When it was released in September, Tony Hawk's Pro Skater 1+2 was only available to play on PlayStation 4Xbox One and PC. However, it looks like all of that is about to change.

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Tony Hawk’s Pro Skater 1+2 includes some fan-favorite features from the original games as well as a stacked soundtrack. Players also have access to a full roster of pro skaters. From the legendary skaters featured in the early Pro Skater games to new faces, there is now a diverse selection of individuals to play. The new lineup is in effort to make the game more inclusive and representative of the skating world today.

Since its release, players have been using the number of custom options available to their advantage. One blink-182 fan recreated Tom DeLonge‘s Boomer from the “First Date” video in the new Pro Skater game. Meanwhile, another player paid tribute to Nightmare On Elm Street with an impressive Freddy Krueger aka “Shreddy Krueger” creation.

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Along with the revamped game, a Pro Skater documentary debuted back in August. Pretending I’m A Superman offers a look into how the franchise’s legacy got its start. The documentary is available to watch now on digital streaming services.

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More information on where to purchase Tony Hawk's Pro Skater 1+2 is available here.

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