In a game as dense as this, there’s quite a few secrets to find.
Given how dense every level in Crash Bandicoot 4: It’s About Time is, it goes without saying that there’s a lot of hidden detail in each one of them. Crash 4 is, of course, also a game that pays homage to its predecessors every chance it gets, so a lot of those aforementioned secrets turn out to be awesome references, calling back to previous Crash games (and some other things). In this feature, we’re going to talk about some of the best secrets we’ve found in Crash 4 until now.
SPYRO THE DRAGON BEACH FLOAT
Crash and Spyro are on very similar paths, with both classic PlayStation platforming franchises having seen resurgences thanks to excellent remake- and Crash pays plenty of tribute to the purple dragon in his latest outing. For instance, in the very first level of the game, on the very first screen of the game, if you move back toward the water a little bit, you’ll spot a Spyro beach float to the right.