Sane Trilogy coming to Switch, Xbox One, PC


Xbox, Switch, and PC players will soon be able to experience Crash Bandicoot in HD.

"Crash Bandicoot N. Sane Trilogy" is available now for PlayStation 4 and will arrive for Xbox One, Nintendo Switch, and PC platforms on July 10.

Toys For Bob has previously worked on a number of Skylanders games over the years, including Imaginators, the game in which Crash Bandicoot originally made his comeback as an unlockable character, alongside Dr. Neo Cortex, his adversary. It also said that, similar to Crash, it will have a one-year exclusivity deal with Sony before moving on to other platforms. Sadly, the game isn't available for pre-order on the Nintendo eShop just yet. Not only that, but it will also release on Xbox One, and PC, as the game already launched exclusively on PlayStation 4 at the end of 2017. Moreover, the Steam page lists the minimum system requirements, which are fairly lax.

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Surprisingly enough, it's not the trilogy's original developer, Vicarious Visions, although they're working on the Xbox One and PC versions.

Activision has announced that Crash Bandicoot N. Sane Trilogy will release on Nintendo Switch, seeing everyone's favourite marsupial make an appearance on the portable home console.