Crash Bandicoot 4: It’s about time has not been announced for the Nintendo Switch, but an interesting leak has given console fans new hope. Twitter user @SunwerPrower revealed that the source code for the official game site has the Nintendo Switch listed under the platform category. However, the website itself only lists the PlayStation 4 and Xbox One platforms as platforms. Entirely it is entirely possible that this was some kind of mistake, but it could also be indicative of future plans for Activision and Toys for Bob. An image of the page source code can be found in the Tweet below.
Inside the Crash Bandicoot 4 page, you will find a small remnant of the Switch. More specifically, it is a scenario that includes the “Nintendo Switch”; element. This component is the one that feeds the platform options menu. You can check it yourself. pic.twitter.com/oTMtBno1ZV
– Sunwer La Guarida del Zorro (@SunwerPrower) August 7, 2020
A Nintendo Switch version of the game would not be so surprising. After all, Crash Bandicoot N. Sane trilogy and Nitro-Fuel Crash Team both are released into the system. In the case of N. Sane Trilogy, the compilation appeared on the system a year after it was released on the PlayStation 4. Toys for Bob were also developed Reignited Spyro trilogy, another title that appeared on Switch significantly behind other platforms. It looks like a later release on the Switch would be in line with the developer’s past efforts!
Crash Bandicoot 4 is the first completely new, platforming game that interprets the character since 2008 Crash: The Mutant Mind. Recent years have seen the character star in ports and expanded compilations, leading to a resurgence of popularity. both N. Sane Trilogy and Nitro-Fuel Crash Team have performed well on the Switch platform, so it would not be surprising to see that it brings activation crash Bandsoot 4 even on the Nintendo keyboard. For now, fans will just have to wait for some kind of official announcement!
crash Bandicoot 4: It’s about time will be released on PlayStation 4 and Xbox One on October 2nd. You can check out all of our previous game coverage right here.
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