Crash Bandicoot not exclusive to PlayStation 4?

crash bandicoot n. sane trilogyLast year, PlayStation fans were relieved to learn that Crash Bandicoot would be making a return to the PlayStation 4 some time in 2017. We have since received more information and a trailer for the N-Sane Trilogy, but this week, suggestions that the game won’t be a PlayStation exclusive came to light.

Crash Bandicoot, for the most part, has been associated with the PlayStation platform for most of its life. However, there have been a few instances of the critter making an appearance on the Xbox 360, in the case of Crash Bandicoot: Mind Over Mutant, Wrath of Cortex and Crash of the Titans.

The release of Crash Bandicoot this June has gotten a little bit more interesting, after PlayStation Ireland stated that the remastered trilogy will be coming to PlayStation 4 and PS4 Pro ‘first‘. Being an Activision published game, it makes sense for it to release on any and all platforms, and who knows? Maybe we’ll see it land on the Nintendo Switch at a future date?

It’s an interesting story, and one which will have fans questioning whether Sony own the rights to the first three games, which feature in this trilogy. The Crash games have been developed by many studios over the years, beginning with Naughty Dog, then Eurocom, Travellers Tales and more.

Crash Bandicoot: N. Sane Trilogy launches on PlayStation 4 on June 30th, and ‘other platforms’ later on. We’ll keep you up to date on this development.

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