Activision seems not to have finished with the remastering of the Playstation 1 games. After the Crash Bandicoot trilogy last year and the Spyro the Dragon trilogy this year, we could well see Crash Team Racing on PS4 next year. At least that’s what the tweet from a Playstation announcer suggests.
In 2016, Activision created a surprise by announcing the release of the Crash Bandicoot trilogy in a fully restored version for the Playstation 4. After the success of Crash Bandicoot N. sane Trilogy, it was obvious that the video game publisher was going to surf the Crash Bandicoot wave and release a new version of Crash Team Racing. It was not for this year as he preferred to remake the Spyro the Dragon, but the game could well land next year and should be announced on December 6th. At least that’s what many Internet users deduced from the tweet of a Playstation speaker.
The Game Awards will take place at the weekend, and on this occasion Hollie Bennet received a very special gift. A pair of large orange dice with a small card that will be used on December 6th for the Game Awards. This pair of dice is similar to the one you can hang inside a car and is orange like Crash’s fur. Car dice, the colour of Crash, was all it took for Internet users to decipher the riddle and suggest that an announcement of Crash Team Racing will take place on December 6th. It should be noted that since this speakerine received this gift, other journalists have received the same gift. They noticed that the sum of the first die is 21 and that the second die has only one side with 6. A release date of Friday, June 21, 2019 can be deduced from this, which would fit as Crash Bandicoot N. Sane Trilogy was released on Friday, June 30, 2017 on PS4, then on Friday, June 29, 2018 on PC, Nintendo Switch and Xbox One.
For the moment it’s just a guess, but after the Crash Bandicoot trilogy and the Spyro the Dragontrilogy, it’s quite possible that a remaster of Crash Team Racing is well in the nails. We’ll have to wait another 24 hours to find out the truth.
For those who don’t know Crash Team Racing, it’s a kart game in the same style as Mario Kart with the characters from Crash Bandicoot, which was released for Playstation 1 in 1999. At the time, the game was a huge success with gamers who always hoped to one day play a game of kart racing with Crash. There was Crash Nitro Kart in 2003, but it was not as good as Crash Team Racing.
The excitement is at its peak, you just have to wait a few hours to find out what is true and what is false.
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