PlayStation Experience showed up as the perfect place to show some gameplay of the acclaimed Crash Bandicoot N-Sane Trilogy.
It’s a remastered version of the original trilogy being developed by Vicarious Visions, that will be releasing within 2017. The video showed at PSX was really good in terms of graphics improvement and now, to stress this concept even more, a comparison video between Crash PS One and Crash PS4 Pro has been released.
You can take a look at it below.
Anyhow, it seems a Finnish retailer leaked the release date for the Crash Trilogy Remastered.
According to this leak, Crash Bandicoot N-Sane Trilogy is releasing in February 2017 at the price of $49,99. The development team however, has announced that this game will be available at the price of $39,99.
Of course, fans are dreaming of a new chapter of the Crash series and we can’t say that Sony is not thinking about.
Sony’s Jim Ryan was asked whether a new Crash was in development for Sony’s consoles, and he answered in a very strange way.
You know, we’ve got to keep you guys hoping for stuff that’s coming in the future. Tease you a little bit as well.
This could mean that if people show interest in these remasters, maybe Sony could think about developing a brand new game.
Anyhow, if you really are a Crash fan and you can’t wait until 2017, you can still buy Skylandors Imaginators, in which you can find Spyro, Crash Bandicoot and the evil Dr. Neo Cortex.