The Crash Bandicoot Remaster for the PlayStation 4 Gets Another New Trailer – Hello, Polar Bears (VIDEO)
Another new trailer just dropped for the remastered PS4 version of the classic Crash Bandicoot series and this time, the adorable Polar Bear companion takes the spotlight. Check out the video for the Bandicoot remaster below and see the lovable bear in all of their big-eyed glory:
The upcoming Crash Bandicoot N Sane Trilogy brings back those nostalgic feels for veterans of this franchise. The trilogy includes the first three titles that made this game the hit it continues to be to this day: Crash Bandicoot, Cortex Strikes Back, and Warped. If this adorable bear looks familiar, you may remember him from Cortex Strikes Back and this his small appearance in Warped, as well.
The video above is also another great opportunity for fans of these games to see the updated graphics and overhaul the first three games present with this upcoming trilogy. Though Naughty Dog originally brought Bandicoot to life, the reboot comes courtesy of Vicarious Vision.
Though at this time we only know of a PlayStation 4 release, there is some information that suggests that the game may be coming to other platforms as well. If you wanted to see a side-by-side comparison of the original games to the new remastered trilogy, if interested – you can check that out right here. As for the N. Sane trilogy, it drops June 30th for the PlayStation 4.
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