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Activision Reportedly Developing New Crash Bandicoot Game

Crash Bandicoot could be making his return in a new game developed by Activision.

"Heard from a good Acti connection that Activision does have a new Crash game coming," Twitter user Sabi posted. "And no, not specifically that 4chan leak that included World. Can’t deconfirm World, just know that’s not what I’m talking about. Vicarious seems to be it, but can’t be 100% on that part."

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The game may also feature a new story as Sabi also mentioned later in the comments, "They said new, not a remake."

The first Crash Bandicoot game premiered on September 9, 1996, for Playstation. The franchise has since gained immense popularity and has had games featured across many different platforms, including GameBoy Advance, GameCube, Nintendo Switch, Xbox 360 and more.

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The Crash Bandicoot game was created by Andy Gavin, Charles Zembillas, David Siller, Jason Rubin and Joe Pearson for Rubin Universal Interactive Studios and Sony Computer Entertainment. The latest game to feature Crash Bandicoot was Crash Team Racing Nitro-Fueled, which premiered on June 21, 2019. Crash Team Racing Nitro-Fueled can be played on Xbox One, PlayStation 4 and Nintendo Switch.

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There is no official release date or information on the new Crash Bandicoot game from Activision and Vicarious Visions.

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