Crash Bandicoot N Sane Trilogy will release with a crowd-pleasing three platinum trophies to acquire when it launches on PS4 this June.

That’s one Platinum Trophy for every Crash Bandicoot game players complete in this three part remaster of the games original trilogy.

As many fans will likely know by now, the Crash Bandicoot N Sane Trilogy is a remastered compilation of the original Crash Bandicoot game, along with Crash Bandicoot 2: Cortex Strikes Back and Crash Bandicoot 3: Warped.

Vicarious Visions Producer, Kara Massie revealed the information during a recent press event, where the team also showed off more footage of the developers work remastering the Crash Bandicoot 3: Warped levels.

If the name Vicarious Visions rings a bell it’s also worth noting that the team has some history of creating Crash Bandicoot games, having previously released Crash Bandicoot: The Huge Adventure, Crash Bandicoot 2: N-Tranced, Crash Nitro Kart, and Crash Bandicoot Purple: Ripto’s Rampage.

Last week, Vicarious Visions also released a new clip from the game which wasn’t uncharacteristically wasn’t focussed on showcasing a new level from the game, but rather a quick look at the many remastered Crash Bandicoot villains.This isn’t the first video we’ve been given to show how far the game has come since it was first released 21 years ago.We’ve seen several clips so far, all of which you can view on the official Crash Bandicoot YouTube page.

It follows on from recent news that the Crash Bandicoot N Sane Trilogy on PS4 may soon be releasing a demo in retail stores before the June 30th release date.

US-based gamers recently noticed a flurry of GameStop stores with demo kiosks, which allow any customers to experience a playable PS4 demo unit.

According to Activision, the remastered game will offer “redone lighting and animations, newly-recreated cinematics, and support for PS4 Pro”.

Unfortunately, there are no signs so far of demo units hitting UK stores.

In other Crash Bandicoot N Sane Trilogy news, fans will be pleased to know that the game marks the return of original Crash Bandicoot actress Debi Derryberry who is reprising her role as Coco Bandicoot in the upcoming remakes.”Here’s the OFFICIAL announcement! I’m proud to be reprising my role of Coco Bandicoot, Crash’s sister in the upcoming remake!” she said to her fans.Coco first made her appearance in Crash Bandicoot 2: Cortex Strikes Back and also appeared as a playable character in Crash Bandicoot 3: Warped.

Although it was the Uncharted and Last of Us developers Naughty Dog who first brought Crash to our screens, it will be developers Vicarious Visions who will be charged with bringing the classic PlayStation titles back to the PS4.

For those not familiar with Vicarious Visions work, they most recently developed games in the Skylanders series including Skylanders Superchargers and Skylanders: Swap Force.

They’ve also some experience in porting games between the Wii and Nintendo DS, including Guitar Hero 5 and 2008’s Quantum of Solace.

When Express Online spoke to the Vicarious Visions team at PSX last year, they asked whether or not there would be more Crash games on the horizon after the release of the trilogy of remakes.

“Obviously we’re fans,” a spokesperson said. “Everybody wants to see a new Crash game.

“I’m onside with everybody else. We’d love to see as much Crash as possible. It’s really cool that he’s really making a comeback right now.”

Though it was never mentioned, we would imagine that a brand new Crash Bandicoot game would likely depend on the eventual success of the N. Sane trilogy when it’s released next month on June 30th.

Source: Express.co.uk

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