That’s right, its time to wumpa again with your favorite bandicoot! Crash Bandicoot is back! but This time he has a whole new slew of abilities and levels, but you can still keeping that classic tubular game play.
This new iteration is going to skip the events of the 4th, 5th, and 6th Games and sprinoff the popularity of 2017’s N-sane Trilogy. Which, in my humble gamers’ opinion, is a good idea. Games 4-6 might have had new elements but just didn’t cut it. So that means this sequel is 22 years in the making!
Crash Bandicoot is back, but where’s AKU-AKU?
From the looks of it, I doubt we will see the classic tiki mentor, based on the idea that space and time are in danger. I do hope we get a nod of reference to the original voice actor no longer with us. Instead, a new cast of tikis are going to assist Crash in his platforming perils. Using new abilities called Quantum Masks to give Crash gravity manipulation and time control. Who knows what other new powers he will have at his disposal.
Speaking of abilities and powers did you see you’ll be able to play as Neo Cortex and as Coco too! what will they bring to the table and will they be separate challenges or integrated into the storyline?
Crash Bandicoot 4: It’s About Time will be available for the suggested retail price of $59.99. For more information on the Crash Bandicoot™ franchise, please visit www.crashbandicoot.com and follow @CrashBandicoot on Instagram, Twitter, and Facebook.