PS4's Crash Bandicoot Remaster Trilogy Release Date Announced

The N. Sane Trilogy arrives in June.

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[UPDATE] Activision announced today that Crash Bandicoot N. Sane Trilogy will launch on June 30. Polygon reports that it'll cost $40. The release date announcement trailer is embedded below.

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Activision has teased some kind of announcement about its Crash Bandicoot series.

Writing on Twitter, the publisher said a "big" announcement about the franchise will be made today, February 16. The company tweeted the video below, which seems to suggest a release date for something may be what the news is teasing; take a look at the video for yourself:

There is nothing else to go on at this time. If it is indeed a release date reveal, it could be for the Crash Bandicoot N. Sane Trilogy, which is confirmed for 2017 but doesn't have a specific date yet.

A PlayStation 4 game, the N. Sane Trilogy includes the first three games in the franchise: Crash Bandicoot, Crash Bandicoot: Cortex Strikes Back, and Crash Bandicoot: Warped. They were all originally made by Naughty Dog, though Activision's Vicarious Visions is making the PS4 game.

Vicarious Visions used the original games' level geometry, but the gameplay is rebuilt from scratch. Some new features for the updated versions include a unified checkpoint and save system (including manual and auto-saving), as well as a unified menu system. There will also time trials available for each game. You can read this developer blog post to learn more about the N. Sane Trilogy.

We'll report back later today with all the news as it's announced.

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