Crash Bandicoot 4 was rumored to receive a Nintendo Switch port back in October 2020 after a reference to the console was found in the game’s source code. Now, however, we have official confirmation that the action-platformer is soon to arrive on next-gen consoles. The developers even dropped a YouTube video to announce the matter widely.
Being the eighth main installment in the whole Crash Bandicoot series, the game came out back in September 2020. It first launched on the PlayStation 4 and the Xbox One.
This means that if you own a copy on any of the existing platforms, you will be treated to a free next-gen upgrade. To talk about the PlayStation 5’s DualSense, this is things get super fun and interesting.
Harnessing the power of the futuristic PS5 controller, players will be able to experience adaptive triggers in full flight since the gameplay of Crash Bandicoot 4 can be compared to Astro’s Playroom, which is used by default to display the efficacy of the DualSense.
Furthermore, players will also get to play the game in 3D audio, and 4K graphics – all that with 60 FPS. Additionally, Activision has told Business Wire that Crash Bandicoot is also coming to PC later this year through Battle.net.
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