Crash Bandicoot N.Sane Trilogy Could Hit PC Later This Year
No matter which gaming platform is your favorite you have heard about Crash Bandicoot. And if you call yourself a trued gamer, you love the crazy bandicoot. The first game appeared in 1996 and quickly became a huge hit, with more than a dozen titles that followed it. Crash Bandicoot was the first major title developed by Naughty Dog, a studio that later gave us Uncharted games and The Last of Us. Crash returned during last year with the Crash Bandicoot N Sane Trilogy, a collection of the first three games featuring remastered visuals. The title performed phenomenally, and according to a recent leak, it should land on PC and Nintendo Switch later this year.
The leak comes from an unusual source, to say the least. GB Eye, a supplier of licensed merchandise, had an interesting interview in the company’s latest number of a magazine called Licensing Source Book Europe. A certain licensing manager stated that “The new game was a huge success at retail with no marketing spend. Next year it will be going broader (Switch and PC), and there will be a new game in 2019. Activision has a five-year plan for this and GB eye is delighted to be fully on board for all products.” You can find the interview on page 97 of the magazine.
If this is true, PC gamers will finally be able to play a Crash Bandicoot game (three games, to be specific) without the need for an emulation software. And if Activision (they hold rights for Crash games, not Sony, just to be clear) sees solid sales numbers you can bet that the 2019 game could also hit our favorite gaming platform.