Crash Bandicoot 4: It’s About Time is a platformer developed by Toys for Bob and published by Activision.
Though technically the eighth mainline instalment in the franchise, it takes place immediately after Crash: Warped, retconning all events after the original trilogy.
Subscribers get to claim Crash Bandicoot 4: It's About Time, The Dark Pictures: Man of Medan, and Arcadegeddon for free.
The customary monthly leak for the upcoming PlayStation Plus offerings points at a couple of major games being offered to subscribers soon.
Crash Bandicoot N.Sane Trilogy, Crash Team Racing Nitro-Fueled, and Crash Bandicoot 4: It's About Time included in a single package.
"There has not been a reduction in personnel recently at the studio," the company says.
The game has no online multiplayer.
Out now for Xbox Series X/S, PS5 and Switch.
DualSense support, Activity Cards and more showcased.
The platformer's eShop listing mentions a file size of 9.4 GB.
Free current-gen upgrades confirmed; PC version due later this year.
Is the purple dragon getting his long-awaited sequel as well?
A mysterious new logo has appeared within the game, possibly hinting at a future instalment.
Digital sales for the platformer ended up lower than that of Crash Bandicoot N. Sane Trilogy.
More evidence to suggest that the platformer could be headed to the Switch.
Toys for Bob's platformer has met with solid reception since launch.
In a game as dense as this, there's quite a few secrets to find.
Star Wars: Squadrons holds strong in second place.
Does Crash's latest adventure really have over 100 levels? Find out here.
Some of the most challenging content in this already-challenging game.
Crash returns in an excellent platformer that expertly marries old ideas with new.
Check out all the different skins for our heroes and also find every gem in the game.
Quickly unlock all of the Flashback Levels and four colored gems with these tips.
The 3D platformer seems bound for next-gen consoles.
Crash 4 sold just 1000 copies more than Star Wars.
Have a wumping good time with these nifty pointers.
There is quite a difference between the versions.
Check out some of the competitive modes in Crash's next big sequel.
Co-op and competitive multiplayer will be included, as per a recently removed article.
Crash's newest adventure is out next week for PS4 and Xbox One.
Those who pre-ordered can jump in now.
Crash is back- here's everything you need to know about his newest adventure.
A blast from the past.
Three playable levels and two Quantum Masks will be available for pre-orders on September 16th.
Digital pre-orders on the PlayStation Store will also receive a demo on September 16th.
Learn more about Crash and Coco's origins or partake in Neo Cortex's Test Chambers.
We'll be getting another look at the upcoming platformer tomorrow.
The game's Microsoft Store page reveals its exact file size.
Everything you need to know about Crash Bandicoot 4: It's About Time
A possible late port could be in the cards.
An extensive new look at the upcoming platformer.
Check out how Dr. Neo Cortex plays in the upcoming sequel.
Toys for Bobs quells fears from recent in-app purchase listings.
The level looks about as close to classic Crash as you can get.
Activision could offer cosmetic skins for real money in the upcoming platformer.
That's more levels than all of N.Sane Trilogy combined.
The game's PlayStation Store page mentions offline multiplayer for 2-4 players.
Activision comments on the lack of a PC version for the sequel.
Crash is back- here's what you need to know about his newest adventure.
Control Crash, Coco and even Neo Cortex in a brand-new adventure for PS4 and Xbox One.
Toys for Bob says "Official reveal > leaks, promise" on Twitter.
The leaked platformer gets even more leaked.
Developer Toys For Bob teasing something for the date.
The Taiwan Digital Game Rating Committee provides the first details and box art for the sequel.
The 200-piece puzzle was sent out by Activision and signed "Your Favorite Bandicoot".
A new game for the bandicoot could be around the corner.
Crash Bandicoot: The Wrath of Cortex needs a proper, mainline sequel.
Multiple Call of Duty and Crash Bandicoot games, in addition to other projects, seem to be in the works.