Sony Details the PS4 Crash Bandicoot Trilogy Pre-Order Bonuses
In less than two months, PlayStation owners will be able to return to the classic original Crash Bandicoot trilogy of games that established the marsupial mascot’s franchise and often heralded as the game that helped bring the PlayStation to mainstream success. While this remake of the original trilogy may come to other consoles in the future, Sony’s PlayStation 4 will rightfully be the exclusive home of the game at its launch. To reward players who pre-order the games are the newly detailed Crash Bandicoot trilogy pre-order bonuses.
— PlayStation (@PlayStation) May 2, 2017
The “Get the Friends” Pack has been revealed in the post seen above directly from the official PlayStation Twitter account. The big grab is a dynamic home theme for the PlayStation 4 that will make the various home menu icons turn into ice cubes as the background of the screen shows Crash Bandicoot riding through icy caverns on the back of Polar the polar bear. Also included in the pack are two images to be used in one’s PlayStation profile. They depict Polar the Bear and Aku Aku – two of the franchise’s longest lasting characters.
As of now, it is unknown if this dynamic theme and the icons will be available for purchase separately from the game, or if other Crash Bandicoot downloadable content will be released. Still, the N. Sane trilogy looks like it will be a finely made nostalgic trip back to the early days of the Sony gaming empire. What do you guys think? Are these Crash Bandicoot Trilogy pre-order bonuses enough to make you consider pre-ordering the N. Sane Trilogy? Let us know in the comments below!
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