Crash Bandicoot is the memorable mascot of the first Sony PlayStation console. Therefore, the first parts of the series were available only on the PSX. Nobody was surprised by the fact that the remake of the classic trilogy was initially released only on PlayStation 4. However, the game Crash Bandicoot N. Sane Trilogy was very warmly received by the players and turned out to be a great sales success. That is why Activision decided to invest in preparing a version for PCs and Xbox One and Nintendo Switch consoles.

A month ago, the first rumours appeared that PC owners and Nintendo Switch consoles are going to play Crash Bandicoot N. Sane Trilogy this year. However, the version for the Microsoft console remained in question. Now we are sure. Recently Activision studio released material promoting a multiplatform edition of the game, which gained a lot of positive reviews. Players who remember the original trilogy from the 90s were also delighted. Developers from Vicarious Visions slightly modified the collision system and physics of the characters. Developers decided to standardize the mechanics of the whole trilogy based on the one that was implemented in the third part. This contributed to the difficulty of the first part. However, all players agree that the remake is extremely successful.

The cross-platform edition of Crash Bandicoot by N. Sane Trilogy will appear on July 10

The PC version will be available on the Steam platform. There will also be a boxed version, but instead of the disk with the game there will only be a code to activate on Steam. By the way, we also learned the minimum hardware requirements for the PC version:

  • Operating system: Windows 7,
  • CPU: Intel Core i5-750 @ 2.67GHz | AMD Phenom II X4 965 @ 3.4GHz,
  • Memory: 8 GB RAM,
  • GPU: NVIDIA GeForce GTX 660 2GB / AMD Radeon HD 7850 2GB.

It is also interesting that the control system will be adapted to playing with the keyboard and mouse. I personally recommend you to buy good quality gamepad. The first part of the trilogy was so difficult at times that many players doubted the possibility of passing the game without having a DualShock controller with analog sticks.

Source: Activision