Published: Mon, March 12, 2018
Science | By Joan Schultz

Sane Trilogy Switch Port To Be Handled By Toys For Bob

Sane Trilogy Switch Port To Be Handled By Toys For Bob

And now we've got a pretty good idea of who will be bringing Crash's antics to Nintendo's system. Also, while the store pages do not list any DLC, it is a foregone conclusion the Xbox One, PC, and Nintendo Switch versions will let players who want an extra challenge buy the Stormy Ascent level.

Vicarious Visions was the developer behind the original release of Crash Bandicoot N. Sane Trilogy when it launched on PS4 last June. So they obviously know what's supposed to go into a platforming game such as this. The Switch version likely needs more work, hence the outsourcing of work to Toys For Bob. The original news said that the company plans to announce and release the new trilogy this year to coincide with "Spyro the Dragon's" 20 anniversary.

Following the release for PS4 past year, we've recently learnt that the Crash Bandicoot N. Sane trilogy will be released on PC, Xbox One and surprisingly, on Nintendo Switch.

This shouldn't come as a surprise that Crash is making his way across multiple platforms.

We'll see how Crash fares on other consoles when N.

First unveiled during today's Nintendo Direct presentation, Activision later confirmed that the N. Sane Trilogy will also be available for the PC and Xbox One on the same date.

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