Remember the Crash Bandicoot N-Sane Trilogy from last year? It’s headed to PC this year. This is great news, especially considering the developer and the series have historically been PlayStation exclusive. But the move is a bit surprising.
The game released to commercial success last year, and usually for the most part, that means the game remains an exclusive. However, after a year of exclusivity, Activision have announced that the collection will be coming to PC, Xbox One, and the Nintendo Switch on July 10.
It was quite the nostalgia trip when the game released last year. Then of course, there was the cribbing and the difficulty which apparently put Dark Souls to shame. But we wouldn’t know, we didn’t play the remaster. But, we will when it comes out and let you know. The overall reception to the remaster was highly positive.
Rumors suggest that this is not the last we’re going to see of Crash Bandicoot. According to Crash fansite crashmania.net, Activision apparently has a five-year plan for the franchise and a new Crash game will be releasing next year, i.e, 2019. So this is Activision’s move to push Crash and maybe take the bandicoot more seriously.
Anyway, if you don’t have a PlayStation 4 but Crash was a big part of your childhood, you will soon be able to play the trilogy on PC, or the Xbox One or Switch, but as you all know, PC is really all we’re concerned about. #PCMasterRace! (just kidding).
Manish "Trigger-Happy" Rajesh
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