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Crash Bandicoot 4: It’s About Time officially revealed, coming 2 October to Xbox One, PS4

Adventures of everyone's favourite bandicoot will continue this fall.

From the last week's Crash rating leak in Taiwan, we knew that we are getting a new Crash game, and today it has been officially revealed.

Crash Bandicoot 4: It’s About Time will come this fall to PlayStation 4 and Xbox One, and as the name suggests - it will be a direct sequel to the original PlayStation 1 trilogy, which is now known for its remake - Crash Bandicoot N. Sane Trilogy.

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Neo Cortex is back and as usual - he is nothing but trouble (Picture: Activision)

The game has been developed by Toys For Bob studio, which previously worked on Spyro games remake, called Spyro Reignited Trilogy.

Story continues right after the third game in the original trilogy.

Neo Cortex and Dr. Nefarious Tropy have escaped their interdimensional prison and in doing so have fractured the boundaries of time and space. Of course, it is up to Crash and Coco to fix this and save the whole world again.

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One of the new abilities will allow us to flip the in-game world upside down(Picture: Activision)

The game will include a lot of new gameplay mechanics and we will be able to "bend the rules of reality" with powerful Quantum Masks.

Some examples of new mechanics are abilities to manipulate time and to flip the in-game world upside down.

Each of these Quantum Masks will unlock us one new and unique ability as we progress further through the game. Some of them we can see in the reveal trailer, which you can watch below.

The trailer also shows a lot of new worlds and locations which we will visit in Crash Bandicoot 4.

Crash Bandicoot 4: It’s About Time is scheduled to be released on 2 October, and it's coming to Xbox One and PS4, while Switch and PC versions are probably coming in 2021, but that's yet to be confirmed.

 

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