Nintendo has announced that they’ll be releasing a Crash Bandicoot N. Sane Trilogy port on July 10 of this year, meaning that more gamers will have the opportunity to play the Crash Bandicoot N. Sane Trilogy later this summer. The game was originally only available for the Playstation 4, but will be getting ported this year.
Since Crash Bandicoot was originally a Playstation game developed by Naughty Dog, it’s only fitting that it would be a timed exclusive that was limited to the Playstation 4. But now that it’s been a success on that console, it can be ported to the PC, Nintendo Switch, and Xbox One
\ later this year.
The Crash Bandicoot N. Sane Trilogy port will be the same as the original N. Sane Trilogy, meaning that it will have all three of the original Crash Bandicoot games, along with the extra levels that Naughty Dog released (including at least one that they judged too hard for gamers of that time to beat).
The N. Sane Trilogy features remastered visuals, audio, and cutscenes, along with many cut levels and autosaves. Players can now also take on the role of Crash’s sister Coco in order to play through the games as her.
Hopefully by the time that the other versions of the game come out, game journalists will have had the time to actually get good at the game, so that we’re not stuck with a lot of complainers thinking that just because it’s a retro style of game that it’s somehow the new Dark Souls.
So, if you own any gaming platform other than a Playstation 4 and want to play the Crash Bandicoot N. Sane Edition Port, be on the lookout in July for when the new port comes out on all of the other versions, including PC, Xbox One, and Nintendo Switch.