Before Tony Hawk's Pro Skater HD even made it to Xbox Live Arcade and the PlayStation Network, the publishers at Activision made it abundantly clear that some DLC would be coming down the (half)pipeline somewhere around October or November. Well it looks like the wait will be just a little bit longer, as Activision has now announced that the new content has been pushed back to December.

Tony Hawk's Pro Skater HD was a celebration of the storied series' roots, combining levels, music and moves from the original two games into a single, high-def package of arcade skating goodness.

Before the game even hit the virtual market, however, Activision was already giving players a taste of the first bit of planned DLC, the Revert Pack. Along with introducing some of the new moves from Tony Hawk's Pro Skater 3, such as the titular revert, the DLC would also give players access to some HD-ified versions of the game's most famous maps.

Without much word from Activision as to the status of the upcoming DLC now that it has passed the projected release window, the publisher has made it known through its Facebook page that the THPS3 DLC will finally be dropping in during the first week of December for the Xbox 360, PS3 and PC.

“Take a deep breath...let's go into zen mode,” states the posting on the THPSHD Facebook page. “Again, it's later than all of us hoped, and we're sorry about that.”

So, there you have it. Only another month to wait and you can finally play content from a decade-old game.

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