Crash Bandicoot 4: It’s About Time, the most recent entry in Activision’s long-running platform series, will be making its method to PC on 26th March.
As the ‘4’ in the title shows, It’s About Time is a direct extension of 1998’s Crash Bandicoot 3: Warped – a video game that got a beautiful remake as one third of 2017’s Crash Bandicoot N. Sane Trilogy – and quite takes motivation from the early series’ brand name of platform action.
There are wrinkles to the formula, obviously, consisting of masks that slow time, flip gravity, and stage things in and out of presence, along with numerous brand-new modes and playable characters – each with their own special capabilities and phases – however it ought to all be right away familiar to Crash fans. It’s About Time even leans into the early video games’ ruthless trouble – although an option in between Modern and Retro modes assist alleviate the often tremendous obstacle.
“Yes, the studio may’ve taken the originals’ well-known trouble a little too actually,” GamingOverpowered’s Chris Tapsell composed in his evaluation, “however it’s taken note of the rest of those video games too…Brushing up versus the bulks of the originals, however likewise getting remarkably near to the concept you have of them in your head. A problematic gem, however no less fantastic.”
If a sturdily amusing blast of sentimental platforming with a contemporary twist is something that appeals, Crash Bandicoot 4 will be readily available on PC – solely by means of Activision’s Battle.net service – on 26th March. And if you wonder about other platforms, Digital Foundry just recently had a look at the freshly launched Switch and PS5 variations of the video game.