Crash Bandicoot made a long-awaited comeback with its trilogy of remakes back in 2017, which was followed up by a remake of Crash Team Racing and, of course, a long overdue new release in Crash Bandicoot 4: It’s About Time. The franchise has gone unnervingly silent once again since then though, prompting worries that it may have gone back into hibernation- though that might not be the case after all.
@TheRealInsider – a Twitter account that’s recently risen to prominence thanks to a number of accurate leaks for major titles – has claimed that there are two new Crash Bandicoot games currently in the works.
Of course, a multiplayer Crash game has been in the rumour mill for a while, but series fans have been hoping that a new mainline platformer is also in the works. Whether or not that’s the second game remains to be seen.
Who these two alleged titles are being developed by is also a question mark for now. Presumably, Toys for Bob, the developer of Crash Bandicoot 4, would still be in charge of the series, but given Activision’s company-wide focus on Cal of Duty – seemingly to the exclusion of almost everything else – might suggest that things are not so cut-and-dry.
We’ll be keeping an eye out for more updates as always, so stay tuned.
Actually 2 Crash games in development
— The Insider (@TheReaIInsider) September 16, 2022
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