Published: Tue, March 13, 2018
IT | By Lester Massey

Sane Trilogy Switch Port To Be Handled By Toys For Bob

Sane Trilogy Switch Port To Be Handled By Toys For Bob

Sane Trilogy game collection. So we can expect more Crash in the upcoming years. Coco's laptop is no longer sporting the paw print sticker, she isn't watching Uncharted 4 on the laptop anymore, and while we don't get a look at the scene where Nathan Drake's picture can be viewed, it's highly likely that frame houses something else on the Switch, Xbox One, and PC.

Crash Bandicoot N. Sane Trilogy has a number of small references to the heritage and origins of the series.

While the Xbox One version's store page promises features such as HDR10, Xbox One X Enhanced, and 4K Ultra HD capabilities, it lists the approximate download size as 101.5 MB, a far cry from the 23.32 GB listed on the game's PlayStation Store page.

We will continue to cover news on the ports of Crash Bandicoot N. Sane Trilogy as the games approach its release date. So they obviously know what's supposed to go into a platforming game such as this. Rumors have been circling that the team could be working on porting the Spyro the Dragon games to consoles this year, although Activision hasn't made an official announcement just yet. So fans shouldn't be anxious about his original adventures making their debut on a Nintendo platform - he'll spin in fine fashion.

The trilogy of remastered Crash Bandicoot games will also be making its way to the PC, Xbox One and Nintendo Switch, publisher Activision has announced.

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