While license fans have been waiting for a new episode for a long time, their patience has finally been rewarded in 2020 with the release of Crash Bandicoot 4: It’s Time. The success was immediate, to the point that some wonder if the adventures of the coolest marsupial in video games could continue in a new business.
Crash again soon? Is tongue jeez Cordon fork?
The answer to this question may have been found by Jez Corden. A Windows Central reporter recently spotted on the latest Windows Central Xbox Chaturdays podcast noted that a new Crash Bandicoot game is currently in development at Toys For Bob.
That announcement, more than surprisingly, was dropped by our colleague after his friend, Rand Bull, suggested that the studio could design a new title for the franchise, specifying that it could be presented during the upcoming Xbox and Bethesda Game Show.
Surprised by Al Thor’s information, Corden quipped, “Where did you get that information, Rand?” Although he didn’t get an answer, Corden later admitted, “I actually wasn’t supposed to reveal it,” suggesting that the rumor is true. The game will also be a game that can be played for up to four people.
Vous l’aurez compris, il s’agit là d’une rumeur et comme toute rumeur, il convient donc de prendre tout ceci avec des pincettes, et ce même si le principal concerné avouait continue rash à travailler C sur la franchise plus The last year. Although, it’s important to remember that the studio has recently seen its activities change to become a supportive structure for Call of Duty game development.
Will the rumors become true? Reply on Sunday, June 12th from 7:00 PM on Xboxygen at the Xbox and Bethesda Conference hosted by the live editorial staff!
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