'Crash Bandicoot' PS4, Xbox One: 4K Support, 60 FPS Hinted Microsoft Console
"Crash Bandicoot" new PS4 trailer has been revealed featuring sneaky venus Fly Traps, which try to take the gamer out among the rapids and waterfalls. The PS4 release has already been set for June 30. Furthermore, a recent tweet from the PlayStation team in Ireland hinted the game release on other platforms.
"Crash Bandicoot" PlayStation 4 Game May Run At 60FPS
A new video recorded at the PAX East revealed a PS stall rep discussing "Crash Bandicoot" alluding it running at high specs on both the Sony console and the PC platforms, Express reported. Apparently, the game may roll out with 4K support and run at 60 frames per second. However, note that there has no official information released for the PS4 version game as of yet.
While the game has been teased as being remastered fully in HD, no further specs have been confirmed for "Crash Bandicoot." As for 4K support, the game may roll out on the Sony PlayStation 4 Pro. However, Activision confirmed that no other platforms, apart from the PS4 and the Pro have been confirmed for the "Crash Bandicoot N Sane Trilogy".
In the meantime, a recent tweet from the PS Ireland Twitter team hinted at an Xbox One version for "Crash Bandicoot." Apparently, the post clarified that the game will be coming to the PlayStation 4 and the PlayStation 4 Pro first. Hence, the game may still roll out on other gaming platforms besides the Sony consoles.
Debi Derryberry Comes Back As Coco
Meanwhile, a promotional poster of "Crash Bandicoot N. Sane Trilogy" from EB Games Australia confirmed that the game will be a PS4 exclusive, Dailystar UK reported. However, rumor has it that the game will just be a timed exclusive. As of date, the trilogy costs £34.99 that includes all three games of "Crash Bandicoot," "Crash Bandicoot 2: Cortex Strikes Back", and "Crash Bandicoot: Warped".
The "Crash Bandicoot" remastered game is said to offer redone lighting and animations along with newly-recreated cinematics and PS4 Pro support. Furthermore, the original "Crash Bandicoot" actress Debi Derryberry confirmed on Twitter that she will be reprising her role as Coco Bandicoot in the forthcoming remakes. Note that derryberry was also a playable character in the third game. Watch the latest trailer of the PS4 version below: