Game news Crash Bandicoot: A new opus announced during the Xbox & Bethesda Games Showcase?
Born in 1996 in the premises of Naughty Dog, the Crash Bandicoot license has survived the ages despite the pitfalls. 9 years after the last opus, the character made his big comeback in 2017 with the N. Sane Trilogy, which contains the remakes of the three numbered games of the license. A release followed three years later by Crash Bandicoot 4, developed by Toys for Bob on behalf of Activision-Blizzard.
The fate of the license following the release of Crash Bandicoot 4: It’s About Time was still uncertain, although several officials have been repeating for several years that there were still things to do with the marsupial.
Crash Bandicoot: the next one announced at Microsoft this Sunday?
Back on the front of the stage, the Crash Bandicoot license has obviously not said its last word according to recent statements by Jez Corden, whose pen is to be found on the very reliable Windows Central. Very confidently, Corden indicated that Toys for Bob is reportedly working on a new episodebefore his colleague, Rand al Thor, indicated that he could be presented this SundayJune 12, at the Xbox & Bethesda Games Showcase.
The duo then continued to exchange before saying that they weren’t supposed to leak this. But why such an announcement at Xbox? This could be a first announcement to remind the public that, if all goes well, Activision-Blizzard will become a Microsoft entity within a year.
A new Crash? I wonder where you got this information from? I wasn’t supposed to divulge that… I think we might see a new Crash Bandicoot, and not only will it be a new Crash Bandicoot, but it’s gonna be a multiplayer Crash Bandicoot… It’s almost like a four-player, but Crash-oriented brawler, Corden said.
4-player multiplayer: co-op episode or a competitive game?
In other words, they say half-word that we should very, but then very quickly, have news of this production. It is not yet known whether this is a main episode or a spin-off.but leaks suggest it’s a thoughtful game for 4-player multiplayer. Immediately, fans thought of a Brawler Wumpa Leaguewhich was denied by Jez Corden and Liam Robertson.
The latter also thinks, while specifying that he was speculating, that this game could have a link with the Crash Bash multi license, But nothing is less certain. If it is a classic Crash game, a Crash Bandicoot “5”, we can imagine a form of cooperation, levels designed for with a lot of small subtleties.
Either way, the idea for a new Crash Bandicoot game seems to please the public. All you have to do is wait patiently to find out if Activision-Blizzard and Toys for Bob are indeed preparing for the return of the bandicoot! To discover all this, it will suffice to follow us from 7 p.m. this Sunday, June 12time and date when Microsoft will broadcast its summer gaming conference!