UPDATE: A Previous Trademark Filing from EA for Skate has been Discovered By Sean Carey, 08 Nov 2019 CommentsUPDATE: It turns out the trademark below wasn't the only filing EA had registered for the Skate IP. It looks like EA let the previous trademark expire for legal convenience. The latest activity on a newly found filing reads "REGISTERED AND RENEWED (FIRST RENEWAL - 10 YRS)." EA still has a trademark on the IP, so it doesn't look like the publisher is prepared to drop the Skate series just yet.Original Story:Devoted fans of the Skate series have been calling out for a new Skate title for years now. However, Skate 4 is looking highly unlikely as EA has once again abandoned the Skate trademark, casting doubt over another EA skateboarding sim. EA re-filed ownership for the IP in February of last year, which sent the internet into a frenzy. Everyone was expecting news that a new Skate title was in development. Sadly, that never came, and as reported by GamesRadar, the publisher has now again dropped the trademark for the Skate series. The Justia Trademarks website shows that EA did not respond to repeated attempts over the trademark application, and was abandoned in August of this year. It is entirely possible that EA could re-file for the trademark like it has done previously. We have reached out to EA for comment. The last entry into the Skate series was Skate 3 back in 2010 for the Xbox 360. It was well-received by critics and fans with the game garnering an 80/100 Metascore. The TA community rating echoes that score with a 3.93.If EA doesn't pick up the Skate franchise again, this leaves the door wide open for Crea-ture studios' own skateboarding game Session. Session is currently in early access on Steam and was due to come to the Xbox Game Preview Program last month, but unfortunately was delayed. Crea-ture Studios now say that its game will be coming to Game Preview late November/Early December. So far, early access previews for the steam version of Session look promising. Although the game is pretty rough around the edges, and the learning curve steep, there is a solid skateboarding game underneath. If we hear back from EA or any more on this story we will be sure to update you. Source: GamesRadarCheck out our Best Xbox One Sports Games Available in 2019 article for a compilation of other great games in this genre.Industry News View comments Written by Sean CareyHey everyone! I'm Sean. I have been writing gaming content for various outlets over the past few years while studying a degree in Journalism. I grew up on everything PlayStation — mainly Metal Gear Solid, with a brief foray into the world of Xbox. Nowadays, you'll find me mainly playing multiplayer PC games, but with the recent addition of the Xbox Game Pass for PC, I'm looking forward to improving my TA Score.