It looks like something might be going on behind-the-scenes between Nintendo, Activision, and the Tony Hawk franchise.
In Activision’s second quarter earnings call, the president of the company Robert Kostich commented on the success of the recent Crash Bandicoot/Spyro remasters and that fans should stay tuned for even more remasters.
Recently, Activision finally revealed that the first grand prix for Crash Team Racing: Nitro-Fueled titled The Nitro Tour will take place on July 3rd starting at 12am GMT and will contain new tracks, characters, items and challenges.
It seems there’s still a glimmer hope for Spyro Ignited Trilogy port on Switch.
Toys For Bob and Activisions’ Crash Bandicoot N.sane Trilogy is now available for preloading on the Nintendo Switch from the Switch eShop. The game, which contains all three games from the Crash Bandicoot series, will then be playable at launch on 10 July 2018.
Crash Bandicoot N.Sane Trilogy is Coming to the Nintendo Switch. However, do you know what is not on the Switch? PlayStation exclusives, as a result, this makes it hard to bring Easter eggs of Sony’s first-party studio Naughty Dogs in.
Activision has remastered the Crash Bandicoot Trilogy and repackaged it into a single game for the Nintendo Switch. Crash Bandicoot Nsane Trilogy will contain everything fans know and love of the Crash Bandicoot Trilogy but will at the same time come with updated graphics so it will look good on both the Switch and the TV.