How to Ollie in Tony Hawk’s Pro Skater 1+2

How to Ollie in Tony Hawk’s Pro Skater 1+2

The remake of the fan-favorite Tony Hawk’s Pro Skater 1+2 has finally arrived on consoles and PCs, and players are getting back into the groove of landing tricks as they skate fulfill their virtual skateboarding dreams. As you make your way to the Venice Beach and Warehouse areas of the game, you’ll find yourself having to complete the “Ollie the Magic Bum x5” and “Ollie the Channel Gap” challenges. So, in this guide, we are going to explain how to ollie so you can quickly complete the challenges and continue on with the rest of the park goals.

How to Ollie on Xbox One, PlayStation 4, and PC


As we’ve mentioned above, to complete the “Ollie the Magic Bum x5” and “Ollie a Channel Gap,” you’re going to need to know how to do the trick. Luckily, it’s incredibly simple. To Ollie in Tony Hawk’s Pro Skater 1+2, simply press the jump button. Below, we’ve listed the input button for each system.

  • Xbox One: A
  • PlayStation 4: X
  • PC: Space

As you can see, it’s pretty simple. If you keep reading, we’ll give you a quick breakdown on how to complete the two challenges that require you to know how to Ollie.

Ollie the Magic Bum x5 Challenge

To complete the “Ollie the Magic Bum x5” challenge, you’ll need to head to Venice Beach. From there, simply skate around and you’ll come across a bunch of different “bums” that are sleeping on the concrete. Simply skate towards them and jump, or Ollie, over them. When you’ve done this for five different bums, you’ll complete the challenge. As you can see, this will be pretty easy now that you know how to Ollie.

Ollie the Channel Gap Challenge

If you’re trying to complete the “Ollie a Channel Gap” challenge, you’ll need to make your way to the Warehouse location. You’ll find the Channel Gap as soon as you bust through the wall and go down the giant ramp into the warehouse. If you turn around and look at the large ramp, you’ll see two ramps connected to the wall, with a giant gap between them (the gap is caused by the large ramp.) For the challenge, you’ll simply need to perform a jump from one ramp to the other over the large gap. It should be pretty simple!

So now that you know how to Ollie in Tony Hawk’s Pro Skater 1+2, you should be more than prepared to complete both of these challenges and land some cool tricks. Happy skating!

 

Andrew Smith