'Crash Bandicoots N. Sane Trilogy' Launch Date Confirmed But Only Exclusive For PS4? Find Out Here

By Febe AF , Updated Feb 26, 2017 02:24 AM EST

The long-standing issue on whether the release date of "Crash Bandicoots N. Sane Trilogy" will be longer or has not finally put to an end. Details on the said matter have been confirmed by Activision and because of this new update, avid fans can't wait in trying this classic game.

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. It was originally released in 1997 and was later made available for download from the PlayStation Network.

"Crash Bandicoots N. Sane Trilogy" will finally be out in the second quarter showcasing a lot more than the game's original version. However, the game will no longer be published by Naughty Dog as it later became Sony's first party studio.

Furthermore, the game has been said to be exclusive for PS4, making players wonder on such matter. Accordingly, the reason behind the controversy was that Naughty Dog later became Sony's first party studio, GamingBolt added.

The game is sure to be hitting the PS4 on June 30 showcasing recreated levels with an enhanced lightning and animations, plus a support for PS4 Pro, PushStart reports. The game will also include Crash Bandicoot 2: Cortex Strikes Back and Crash Bandicoot: Warped.

Some Interesting Features

The company rebuilt the gameplay adding its own lush and zany art, audio and animation, though it has used the original geometry as a guide. Characters will also be restored, following the original design, as well as the cinematic.

"Crash Bandicoots N. Sane Trilogy" won't be identical to the original one, as there will be added graphics and new features in the latest version. But until then, we shall be waiting for further announcements from the team, so don't forget to stay tuned only here at GameNGuide.

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