Playstation fans, and other forms of gamers are in shock. The Bandicoot is on its way to other platforms!
Crash Bandicoot N.Sane Trilogy on PC?!
One of the most popular games in the PlayStation industry, Crash Bandicoot is hopping on to new heights. It’s coming to all platforms listed above on April 10 as Activision announces. You’ll be able to play it on the PC platform through Steam. The rumor is confirmed after several weeks of ‘leaks’ within the community. Could this bring joy to the solid Sony fans? Or would they feel a little bit annoyed due to the fact that they thought Crash is PS exclusive.
Andy Gavin and Jason Rubin, the folks who created out favorite Bandicoot, have plans to make it console exclusive before. But now, it is owned by Activision, thus leading to this news. Although, to be fair, this is not the first time that Crash ventured out of the Sony box. Crash Bandicoot: Wrath of Cortex was available in Xbox and Gamecube on its release. Ah, yes, Activision – bridging childhood gaps since 1979.
New features? What to expect when you haven’t played this game even once?
Now that it’s coming through different platforms, the people who might play this are probably not that familiar with our spinning hero. You’ll be able to fight against different kinds of enemies – from big headed foes to timeless enemies with huge swords. It’s one of the few things that most kids who didn’t had a chance to play this have missed. Now, on the N.Sane version though, you’ll be able to play as Coco without having to unlock her in the start. You have a unified save system in which you don’t have to care whether it’s going to be a hard one or not. Things could not be better. We’re excited to see people play this game again now that its really happening. Will you buy it?