Tony Hawk’s Pro Skater 1+2: How to get into the Warehouse demo

Activision /

The Warehouse Demo for Tony Hawk’s Pro Skater 1+2 launches August 14. Here’s how to get in.

In just a few weeks, fans will take to the streets, parks and schools in Tony Hawk’s Pro Skater 1+2. The upcoming collection will see the release of two of the most beloved skateboarding games ever made, fully-remastered and built from the ground up in HD for Xbox One and PlayStation 4.

But before the game arrives on September 4, fans will have the chance to return to the rebellious days of the late 90s and early 2000s a little early. Launching on August 14, more than two weeks before the game’s release, is the Warehouse demo.

Of course, fans of the series probably need no introduction to what the Warehouse is but for those who may be jumping in for the first time, the Warehouse is the first level of Tony Hawk’s Pro Skater and probably the most iconic level in the franchise.

More from App and Gaming News

As of right now, there is only one guaranteed way of getting access to the warehouse demo: pre-ordering Tony Hawk’s Pro Skater 1+2 on the PlayStation Store, Xbox Store or Epic Games Store.

However, there’s another way to possibly get in without straight-up purchasing the game, but it’s a bit of a gamble and still requires you to make a purchase of sorts. Remember those glorious promotional partnerships of yesteryear, where you had to buy some sort of junk food or energy drink to get a special item or boost?

Well, Activision is teaming up with Chipotle to give the first 2,000 people who order a “Tony Hawk burrito” on the Chipotle app or website before August 14 access to the demo. So if you’ve got the hunger and want to play Tony Hawk’s Pro Skater 1+2 early, you can buy the specialized burrito for $9.50. It is made with brown rice, black beans, chicken, tomatillo-red chili salsa and guacamole.

Next. Tony Hawk’s Pro Skater 1 + 2: The nostalgia fans are looking for. dark

I don’t really know what’s so special about that combination that it’s deemed the “Tony Hawk burrito.” Maybe it’s his favorite type? In any case, Chipotle refers to its burritos as a “way to refuel after long skate sessions.” Just make sure you don’t eat it beforehand unless you want a little extra rocket power when grinding those rails.