If you were excited to play Crash Bandicoot N. Sane Trilogy but were waiting to play it on a non-PlayStation console, good news! The Crash Bandicoot trilogy will be coming to Xbox One, PC, and Switch two weeks early on June 29.
According to an Activision Blog post, the N. Sane Trilogy will be moved forward by nearly two weeks from its July 10 release date to June 29. It was first released on PlayStation 4 in 2017 and includes all three original PlayStation Crash Bandicoot games. Cortex Strikes Back and Warped, along with the first Crash Bandicoot have all been remade for modern consoles.
This sets the stage perfectly for the Spyro remake collection which aims to do the same thing for Spyro as it did for Crash. No release information yet on Spyro for consoles other than PlayStation and Xbox One at the moment.
You can check out our complete Crash Bandicoot Trilogy guide which gives a full walkthrough for the Crash collection. You might need it to as the games are as devilishly challenging as ever even in its modern remake. So for all you Crash Bandicoot fans who missed out on the series when it was exclusive to PlayStation, the decades long wait is almost over.
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