Published: Tue, February 06, 2018
Tech | By Constance Martin

Crash Bandicoot could be coming to Switch in the future

Crash Bandicoot could be coming to Switch in the future

Rumor has it that Activision might launch a new game from the series Crash Bandicoot sometime in 2019. Would you like to see Activision revisit the Crash Bandicoot franchise with new games?

Discovered in the spring edition of Licensing Source Book Europe, Max Arguile, Licensing Manager for merchandise company GB eye, said that Activision has a lot of plans for the "Crash Bandicoot" brand going forward.

The N. Sane Trilogy came out exclusively on PlayStation 4 previous year, a fitting tribute to Crash Bandicoot's roots as an early PlayStation mascot.

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He continued: "Activision have a five year for this and GB eye is delighted to be fully on board for all products".

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Could the success of the "N". An N. Sane Trilogy commercial could run during Nintendo's Direct, while Activision would save whatever new game announcement - if it's coming - for Sony's press conference, or maybe even Microsoft's. Not to mention after Naughty Dog left, the quality of Crash games lowered.

In fact, the company said that the Crash Bandicoot trilogy was the "No. 1 top selling remastered collection in PS4 history".

According to Max Arguile, licensing manager for the United Kingdom based merchandise company GB Eye, there is a lot going on in the world of Crash Bandicoot. This remastered the first three games in the franchise for the modern era, but today we're learning that there might be more on deck for old Crash. Sane Trilogy. I think Switch and PC ports are no shock, and an Xbox version also seems like a no brainer.

You can see all of this in the licensing book, which is available to read in its entirety online here.

There's no indication of who's making it, but a good bet would be Vicarious Visions.

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