Anyone waiting to play Tony Hawk's Pro Skater 5 on a last-gen console will be waiting a bit longer than expected, thanks to the abysmal state of the game on more recent platforms.
Activision has confirmed to Eurogamer that the game’s release on Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3 has been delayed, release date TBA.
Both versions were expected to hit shelves mid-November.
“We are working closely with our developers to address the issues identified by our community,” said Activision.
“Our development resources are fully focused on fixes and content updates for PS4 and Xbox One, so we have decided to delay the release of THPS5 on PS3 and X360.
“We will update the community when we have more specific information about a release date for PS3 and Xbox 360.”
Pro Skater 5 released on PlayStation 4 and Xbox One earlier this month, and immediately conveyed its ambition to compete for the title of biggest disappointment of 2015.
“So why does Tony Hawk’s Pro Skater 5 exist in this form? Is it related to the fact that Activision is about to lose the Tony Hawk license? Is it a cynical cash-in on the brand?” Gameplanet‘s Alan Bell asked in his scathing review.
“Who knows – I certainly don’t. What I do know, however, is that Tony Hawk’s Pro Skater 5 is not worth any asking price. There’s just nothing here worth experiencing.”