PlayStation Retracts That Crash Trilogy Is PS4 Exclusive Stating It's "PS4 First"

Joanna Estrada
March 18, 2017

Crash Bandicoot N Sane Trilogy was first announced during Sony's E3 press briefing past year which left several gamers speculating that this upcoming collection would be exclusive to Sony's PlayStation brand.

Now, the company has stated that it is clarifying an early post and will be coming to "PlayStation 4 and PlayStation 4 Pro first". But that's all it's saying, as new platforms for the game haven't been announced yet.

But with no official announcement from Sony as of yet, the news appeared to be misleading until anything legit is heard until after E3 2017. After all, it's a remaster of three games that defined the original PlayStation, and it's officially been confirmed only for PS4.

The set will be available for $39.99 and includes Crash Bandicoot, Crash Bandicoot 2: Cortex Strikes Back, and Crash Bandicoot: Warped.

We've followed up with publisher Activision to confirm if this is the case. The original games were known as some of the best platformers of 90s, though things didn't go so smoothly for the series beyond that point.

As previously reported for the collection, developer Vicarious Visions have described the games as getting a "remaster plus" treatment, as opposed to a complete remake or a simple remaster into HD.

Calling All Writers: Become a contributor and write about games at AOTF! Now as we near the game's launch. The game might also have a special edition out very soon too. While some of these day.

Talking to the fans on twitter, Activision said: "Don't miss tomorrow's big announcement!" It would be cool if it comes with a statue of some kind for Crash if this listing ends up being true. There, it was announced that the original PlayStation 1 trilogy. Despite a mixed response.

At present, fans already know as to when they can expect the game but more information about the title might come more frequently months following its release. The original music was brilliantly composed and arranged to get the most out of the memory and processing power of the original PlayStation. According to Activision, the remaster offers redone lighting and animations, newly-recreated cinematics, and support for PlayStation 4 Pro.

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