If you’re a fan of action-adventure games that unfold a cartoon-vibe and don’t possess some mind-blowing graphics, you might consider giving Crash Bandicoot 4 a try. The game has recently been announced to come for PS4 and Xbox One later this year.
The publisher confirmed that Crash Bandicoot 4 is not arriving on Steam alongside the PS4 and Xbox One versions this year. However, more platform availability in the future is possible. Furthermore, Activision confirmed that Crash Bandicoot: It’s About Time will be released in 2020 on the usual consoles: PS4 and Xbox One.
Available to play in October
Another statement from the development team claims that the game will be available to play in October. Wikipedia reveals us even more about the gameplay of Crash Bandicoot 4:
“Players take control of the characters of Crash and Coco Bandicoot in order to traverse levels and reach the goal of the stage. Traditional elements of the series return, including various traps and obstacles to overcome, enemies that can be defeated in certain manners (such as jumping on them), and boxes that can be smashed open for items, some of which act as checkpoints that players restart at when their character dies.”
Players will have the possibility of switching between Crash and Coco at anytime, and they both have the same techniques. They even possess four different special masks for overcoming bigger and unexpected problems.
The possibility remains open for the game to arrive to PlayStation 5 as well. Sony’s next-generation console arrives to the market in December if all goes according to the plan. And we have plenty of reasons to believe so, considering that the COVID-19 pandemic is far from representing a national problem in Japan.
Along with the PS5 console, another next-generation console arrives: Xbox Series X. Figuring out which one of the two machines is better and more suitable for gaming seems like the ultimate enigma for gamers.