New Crash Bandicoot PS4 Pro gameplay footage has been released
Last month saw a new video emerge, with a representative talking about Crash Bandicoot running in 4K.
While this was an unverified reference made by a stall rep at PAX East, new footage showcasing 4K gameplay has now been released.
Going by the description, this footage was actually captured during the PlayStation Experience last year and reveals the game running on Sony’s PS4 Pro console.
It follows the earlier report from PAX East, with a PlayStation stall rep heard discussing the new game, apparently alluding to it running at high specs on PS4 and PC.
4K and 60fps were reportedly mentioned, however, Activision have made no new announcements about the game being released on any other platform, as of yet.
Crash Bandicoot N Sane Trilogy has been teased as being remastered fully in HD, although no further specs have been confirmed.
The Crash Bandicoot PS4 release date has been set for June 30 and is by far one of the most highly anticipated remake projects confirmed for 2017.
While fans of Call of Duty: Black Ops 2 are hoping to see Activision announce something in the coming months, at the moment we have the new N Sane Trilogy.
Crash Bandicoot N Sane Trilogy will include a collection of some of the best games from the original series.
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Crash Bandicoot Sane Trilogy is coming to PS4 and PS4 Pro in 2017.
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All the classic gameplay looks to be included, although a question mark remains over whether fans may see the game launch on other platforms.
The Crash Bandicoot remake on Xbox One seems like it could be a real possibility now, following a recent message from the PlayStation Ireland Twitter team.
Having initially told fans that it would be a PS4 exclusive, a tweet has thrown cold water over it, reading: "To clarify our earlier post, it will be coming to PlayStation 4 and PS4 Pro first.
While this doesn’t confirm a Crash Bandicoot Xbox One release, it does seem to point toward something perhaps happening in the future.