The Crash Bandicoot N. Sane Trilogy will be coming out next month, and fans cannot wait to replay the series. However, one thing noticeable about the advertising is the lack of footage from the third game, Crash Bandicoot Warped. It looks like Activision has noticed the glaring omission, as the company has announced Warped footage on May 26.
Fans were a bit worried, since the few videos seen have only shown off stages from the first two games. Now that the game’s official Twitter page has confirmed the footage, all fans have to do is wait. In two days, fans will be able to see the third game in all of it’s new HD glory, so that’s good.
A Warped Perspective
Depending on who you ask, Crash Bandicoot Warped is either the best or second best game in the series. Some have argued that the second game, Cortex Strikes Back, is more innovative than the third, which mostly improved the older mechanics. Either way, it will be good to see Warped footage in action for the Crash Bandicoot N. Sane Trilogy.
Whether you consider Warped to be the best or second best in the trilogy, there’s no denying that it’s a good game. Despite minimal improvements, it had some of the best levels in the entire series and even added upgrades for Crash. His sister also got some of the spotlight, riding a cute tiger and taking part in an epic space battle.
The Final Teaser?
Since the Crash Bandicoot N. Sane Trilogy is out in June 30, we still have a good month of teasers. While showing footage from Warped would be fitting as the final trailer for the game, that probably won’t be happening. It’s mandatory to have launch trailers for video games these days, so expect one for the N. Sane Trilogy.
With three classic games for US$39.99, there are a lot of high expectations for this HD trilogy. Fans were worried that Warped would be the worst of the HD bunch, but that doesn’t seem to be the case. Here is hoping that we see the intense Triceratops chase or the various tiger riding levels, since they were fun.
Crash Bandicoot N. Sane Trilogy is slated for a June 30 release on the PS4. Fans are expecting this to be a temporary Sony exclusive, since Activision has the rights to the former PlayStation mascot.
Behold, the trifecta is complete! Come back this Friday and get WARPED. pic.twitter.com/qLPxFdusR6
— Crash Bandicoot (@CrashBandicoot) May 24, 2017