Sane Trilogy is headed to Nintendo Switch and PC this year, according to a manager at a major United Kingdom licensing firm. And who knows, if there is a new game in the works, what's to say Crash won't make an appearance elsewhere at some point.
Stay tuned for more! During the interview, Arguile reveals that Activision has a "five-year plan" for Crash Bandicoot that will run right through until 2022.
While there is no confirmed release date for the launch of this game, it is expected that retailers and original game developers are interested in bringing the remastered version to PCs.More news: Tom Brady kisses his 10-year-old son on the lips
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Evidence on this happening has already surfaced online in the form of a video that shows Crash Bandicoot N.Sane Trilogy being played with Xbox's control mapping. The new remasters gave them a chance to play through Crash Bandicoot's whacky adventures again, albeit with much-improved graphics and a slightly different physics system.
Previous year we saw the launch of Crash Bandicoot N.Sane Trilogy on the PlayStation 4 which proved to be rather successful and now a report has made its way on the internet suggesting that new Crash Bandicoot game might launch in 2019.
If you're a big Crash Bandicoot fan, you might want to keep an eye out for some newer titles on the horizon-if a small bit of text from a European licensing book is to be believed. Sane Trilogy would be making its way to PC and Nintendo Switch. Resetera first spotted the mention of a rumored port.
Obviously, take all of this with a grain of salt. It was developed by Vicarious Visions and published by Activision.