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Crash Bandicoot PS4: N. Sane Trilogy Release Date In February According To Brazillian Retailer

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Is the Crash Bandicoot PS4 collection coming out sooner than expected? When the game was christened as the Crash Bandicoot: N. Sane Trilogy, it was given a vague 2017 release date. No one knew when it would come out, though the reveal of its box art and price helped a lot.

However, Brazilian retail store Zillion Games recently posted the game and its possible release date. The site states that the game will come out on February 28, which is earlier than anyone is expecting it. While this could be a placeholder, it might be too specific to be one, since most dates that are placeholders usually list December.

A Late Valentine?s Gift?

Neither Sony nor Vicarious Visions have confirmed this release date for the Crash Bandicoot PS4 collection. That being said, most fans will agree that February 28 is an ideal release date for the N. Sane Trilogy. After all, every nostalgic PS4 owner has wanted to play the game since the epic gameplay trailer from the PlayStation Experience.

Also, the game would be a fantastic late Valentine?s present for single gamers. Persona 5 was supposed to be that title, but it got delayed to April, which broke plenty of hearts. Some fans might argue that both games cater to different audiences, but both games are heavily anticipated by PS4 owners.

Crashing The Release Date?

Until Sony or Vicarious Visions make a statement, we can?t say for sure if this is the legitimate Crash Bandicoot PS4 release date. While the two companies could surprise a ton of gamers by releasing it in the aforementioned month, the lack of responses is a bit disheartening. Another PS4 exclusive, Horizon Zero Dawn, is coming out on February 28, and Sony PlayStation might not want to divide their fans on which title they should buy.?

Then again, gaming retailers tend to have more information than most, so who knows? This could be an accident, an all-out leak, or a simple mistake on their part. Regardless, this has gotten plenty of attention from fans.

Crash Bandicoot: N. Sane Trilogy keeps the gameplay and level design from the first three Crash games while giving the visuals a complete overhaul. Thus far, only the first Crash game has had gameplay videos, but they did look promising. It will be a PS4 exclusive.

Also Read: Crash Bandicoot N. Sane Trilogy: Other PlayStation Platformers That Deserve A Remaster Plus

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