More Evidence Of Crash Bandicoot N.Sane Trilogy Xbox One Version Surface
Despite being historically PlayStation exclusives, more and more evidence is accumulating that the remastered Crash Bandicoot N.Sane Trilogy might be coming to Xbox One so that fans from the other side of the fence can also enjoy this amazing franchise.
The latest piece of evidence comes from an artist, Kara Zisa, working at Vicarious Visions who remastered the Crash Bandicoot N.Sane Trilogy. In her portfolio, the artist shows a slide which shows game interface with Xbox controls instead of the PlayStation ones.
While these slides have since been removed, it is evidence enough that the artist did work on some concepts for the Xbox One version of the trilogy. Whether the plans for that version were later canceled or not is unclear.
This isn’t the first time some information regarding the Xbox One version of the game has been leaked. A few months ago, a Best Buy store listed the game with Xbox One art. Although that was later confirmed to be old art and inaccurate, it did hint that the plans for such a version were indeed in consideration at some point.
Given the hype surrounding the game, it is a strange decision from Activision to not release the Crash Bandicoot trilogy on Xbox One, the console with the second biggest user base. However, the publisher did mention that the success of the trilogy might lead to more games in the future so there is still hope for the franchise and the future might contain Xbox One versions.
There is no denying that despite being delayed a number of times and finally releasing last month, Crash Bandicoot N.Sane Trilogy was a huge success even if it was exclusive to PS4. Not only did the collection receive critical acclaim, despite being difficult than the original games, it also managed to become the best-selling physical game of June.