Crash Bandicoot Trilogy May Not Be Timed Exclusive After All

Ever since the reveal of Crash Bandicoot Trilogy last year, there has been ambiguity over its exclusivity to PlayStation 4. On a number of occasions, rumors and speculations suggested that the game may be coming to other platforms.

Microsoft, Activision, nor Sony has said anything with clarity so far. But a recent promotional poster from Sony may have finally confirmed Crash Bandicoot’s proper exclusivity to PlayStation 4.

Among other PlayStatin 4 games, we have Crash standing proudly with the “PlayStation 4 Exclusive” stamp over his head. It is a strong indication that Crash Bandicoot Trilogy may very well be exclusive to PlayStation 4. It may not be released for other platforms – Xbox and PC.

We still can’t be sure of it as this could be marketing error on Sony’s part. We will know more about Crash and his adventures this E3.

E3 2017 will kick off in June and Sony will be showing many of its upcoming PlayStation 4 and PlayStation 4 Pro games. We will see more of Crash as well as Uncharted DLC – The Lost Legacy.

Hideo Kojima will also be present during the event to show us his PlayStation 4 exclusive game Death Stranding. Red Dead Redemption 2 will also be shown and we are expecting a decent amount of gameplay as well as a show floor demo of the game.

It is safe to say that E3 2017 is going to be an exciting event for us all. Lots of news

Well, that’s it.

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