'Crash Bandicoots 2' Remastered; Set To Be Released? Screenshots Leaked

By Febe AF , Updated Feb 16, 2017 11:56 PM EST
CRASH BANDICOOT Remastered Gameplay PS4
Crash Bandicoots 2's screenshots have leaked online.
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"Crash Bandicoot 2" seems to be released soon. Screenshots were initially revealed online and may seem to hint that the game will be available soon.

It can be remembered that the game has been developed by Naughty Dog and published by Sony Computer Entertainment. It is a platform video game that has captured a lot of players when it was released. "Crash Bandicoot 2" was originally released in 1997 and was later made available to download from the PlayStation Network. Now, there has been many reports that the game will be having a remastered version.

According to Daily Starsome retailers were already naming dates for the said game.The most notable announcements came from a Finnish retailer known as VPD.fi and a Brazilian retailer which suggests that the game might arrive on February 28.  However, Sony has not yet confirmed on the game's specific release date. 

Though it may seem to be true, these screenshots of the remastered version that leaked online by an anonymous user on Twitter looked better compared to the original game. It has been said that the game will be available to PS4 with an HD display.

On another report by PSU, these screenshots are said to showcase some of the first looks of the "crate- second game, Crash Bandicoot 2: Cortex Strikes Back, and suffice to say it's looking mighty impressive".  It was also said that "Crash Bandicoot N. Sane. Trilogy" is currently on the negotiation process with Vicarious Visions as its developer.

On another note, the game's official Twitter account has posted on its wall, dated February 15, that there will be a special announcement. Until then, though "Crash Bandicoot 2's" release date has not been announced yet, fans do hope for a clarification on the game's scheduled release.

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