Tony Hawk’s Underground Player Count and Stats (2024)

Tony Hawk's Underground player count Stats and FactsHere are a few of the most interesting Tony Hawk’s Underground facts and stats I was able to dig up including player counts. As always, be sure to check back in the future as I will be updating this post as new and updated stats become available.

Tony Hawk’s Underground player count:

3.5 million games sold

Last updated 1/6/09

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Game Description

“Tony Hawk’s Underground” (often abbreviated as “THUG”) is a skateboarding video game developed by Neversoft and published by Activision. Released in 2003, it marks a departure from the traditional “Tony Hawk’s Pro Skater” series by introducing a more story-driven and open-ended approach to gameplay.

In “Tony Hawk’s Underground,” players create a custom skater and embark on a journey to become a professional skateboarder. The game’s story follows the protagonist as they progress through various levels, complete challenges, and interact with characters in an evolving narrative.

One of the defining features of “Tony Hawk’s Underground” is its emphasis on a narrative-driven career mode. Players start as an amateur skateboarder and work their way up the ranks, participating in contests, completing objectives, and traveling to different locations around the world. The game’s storyline explores themes of friendship, rivalry, and the challenges of pursuing a skateboarding career.

The gameplay retains the familiar skateboarding mechanics of the series, allowing players to perform tricks, grind rails, and execute stunts with intuitive controls. However, “THUG” introduces the ability to get off the skateboard and explore on foot. This opens up new possibilities for interacting with the environment, solving puzzles, and engaging in various challenges beyond traditional skateboarding.

The level design in “Tony Hawk’s Underground” is notable for its larger and more dynamic environments. Players can interact with objects and NPCs, engage in side quests, and complete objectives in various creative ways. The game encourages experimentation and creativity in completing tasks.

“Tony Hawk’s Underground” features a diverse cast of professional skateboarders, who play roles in the game’s story and offer guidance to the player’s character. The game’s soundtrack includes a mix of punk, rock, hip-hop, and other genres that complement the energetic and rebellious spirit of skateboarding.

The visual presentation of “Tony Hawk’s Underground” maintains the series’ characteristic visual style, with detailed character models, realistic animations, and vibrant level designs.

“Tony Hawk’s Underground” received positive reviews for its innovative approach to the skateboarding genre, its engaging story mode, and its expanded gameplay mechanics. It remains a beloved entry in the series, offering players a unique blend of skateboarding action, open-world exploration, and narrative-driven gameplay.

Game Details

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