Nintendo Direct March 2018 - Crash 'N' Sane Trilogy Announced

Nintendo Direct March 2018 - Crash 'N' Sane Trilogy Announced

The PC release comes roughly one year after the PS4 version which means that timed exclusive has run its course.

A number of leaks have appeared online since the last few months claiming that the N. Sane trilogy could arrive on other platforms as well and a rumor was also doing the rounds that the Crash could arrive on Nintendo Switch and PC.

Nintendo announced the trilogy's arrival on its latest console in a tweet today, saying Crash Bandicoot N. Sane Trilogy for Switch will be available to purchase starting on July 10. It's the Crash Bandicoot N. Sane Trilogy for Switch that has me most excited though. But you never know if that is emblematic of a larger audience or just this niche, nostalgia-based community. Turns out it wasn't that insane, because Activision took the opportunity at today's Nintendo Direct presentation to announce that the trilogy is making it's way to the Nintendo Switch!

We'll update you with news as it breaks. It's not a graphically demanding game, so I doubt there's much that would have to be done in the optimization department, but I suspect that (hopefully) there are additional features added in the way of HD Rumble and proper motion control support.

Nintendo Direct March 2018 – Crash 'N' Sane Trilogy Announced

In the wake of this success, it looks like developer Vicarious Visions may be moving onto a new title - potentially even a follow-up to the successful remake. Nintendo is also including several levels from Super Mario Odyssey.

To prepare for the game's release here's the new trailer showing the improved remastered visuals.

The three games offer fantastic value for money and would really make a good fit amongst the Switch library of titles.

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