If you don’t own a PlayStation 4, July 10 was going to be an exciting day. Activision was set to release the Crash Bandicoot: N. Sane Trilogy into the awaiting hands of Xbox One, Nintendo Switch and PC users. However this will no longer be the case, though you shouldn’t fret. For once, this isn’t the delay bell tolling, but rather the welcome chirp of a game releasing sooner as opposed to later.
Activision has revealed that the game will arrive two weeks earlier than originally revealed on all three platforms, now being set to release on June 29. Yes, that is the sound of cheerful tidings you are hearing.
For those who have not kept up to date on this collection, the Crash Bandicoot: N.Sane Trilogy is a complete remaster of Naughty Dog’s original PlayStation classics. The trilogy has been updated with completely redone assets and lighting to bring the classic games up to modern standards. Vicarious Visions did an amazing job bringing this collection to PS4 in 2017, managing to keep the fun difficulty of the original games intact with a fresh coat of paint. If you like classic games then do yourself a favor and look for this adventure when it comes to some fresh new platforms.