The Crash Bandicoot series is at long last getting an advanced spin-off — not a remaster or a kart racer. Toys for Bob and Activision have declared that they’re uncovering Crash Bandicoot 4: It’s About Time on June 22nd at 11AM Eastern, including a stream at Summer Game Fest.
The teaser video doesn’t state a lot, however don’t stress — a portion of the subtleties are as of now open information.
Leaked screen captures have recommended that CB4 won’t stray excessively far from the series’s formula, incorporating escapes with a look-behind-you camera point, wacky mechanics like jetpacks and the arrival of Dr. Neo Cortex. They additionally allude to the normal visual redesign (in an unexpected style in comparison to the remasters) and an October ninth release date.
The shots just incorporate a Xbox logo toward the end, yet we’d expect a more extensive release when the teaser video shows a PS4’s DualShock controller.
This isn’t probably going to be an insurgency. No different, a genuine continuation is a serious deal. It recommends that the remastered games started a sufficient Crash Bandicoot recovery that there’s enthusiasm for another story.
The real inquiry is whether there will be more to this than a sentimentality trip — you’ll need to look at in tomorrow to discover.
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