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Activision E3 Preview – Crash Bandicoot N. Sane Trilogy

You can’t have E3 without Crash Bandicoot… just try and stop him! In fact, he’s got good news to share so read on for all the details!

By Kevin Kelly on June 11, 2018 Editorial Manager
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Crash is mega-excited and Wumpa-Pumped for E3, and if you happen to be at the show you can catch the orange marsupial up to his usual antics at the show. He’ll provide plenty of photo opportunities if you run into him, so keep your eyes peeled and your cameras ready, and be sure to tag #CrashingE3 to get in on the fun!

But he’s not just at the show for the paparazzi… Crash, Activision, and Vicarious Visions have two pieces of great news to share with you!

First up, starting this week, PlayStation players can download the legendary Stormy Ascent level at no additional charge! Jump into this notoriously difficult level and see if you have what it takes to survive to the very end. Not only that, but Stormy Ascent will also be available at no additional charge on the Xbox One family of devices, the Nintendo Switch, and the PC via Steam starting on June 29!

But that’s not all. Hold the phone, clear your calendars, and brace yourselves: there’s an entirely brand-new level heading to the Crash Bandicoot N. Sane Trilogy! Starting on June 29, players can spin themselves into Future Tense at no additional charge, bringing an entirely new experience to the game.

Future Tense will be accessible via a new platform in the Warp Room of Crash Bandicoot 3: Warped, and will challenge players with dodging rockets, destroying robots, and leaping over lasers while ascending a massive, futuristic skyscraper. Just reading about it makes our orange fur stand on end!

So, to recap everything for you, PlayStation players of the Crash Bandicoot N. Sane Trilogy can download Stormy Ascent starting soon, and on June 29 players can play both Stormy Ascent and Future Tense on their platform of choice. That’s a lot of Crash Bandicoot. Now we’re worried that his head will get even bigger than it already is!

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Not planning to be at E3? Don’t worry! We’ll have the latest sights and sounds directly from the show. Plus, there are more surprises in store, so follow the action here on the Activision Games Blog, or keep tabs with us on Twitter, Instagram, and Facebook.

For more information about Crash Bandicoot, follow us @Activision on Twitter, like Crash Bandicoot on Facebook, and bookmark the Crash Bandicoot website.

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2 Comments

As well as level naming and suggestions made in Warped I have also would like to suggest some levels and themes to Cortex strikes back since Crash 2 doesnt yet have a DLC

 

Warproom 7 Swamp accessable through warproom 6 which levels are playable as players collect colour gems

 

Level 28 - Blue Gem (Ruins/Day)

Level 29 - Red Gem (Boulder Chase/Night)

Level 30 - Green Gem (Sewers)

Level 31 - Purple Gem (Snow)

Level 32 - Yellow Gem (Snow Bear ride)

 

If Crash Cortex strikes back does get A DLC can you please make more than one level this time as adding only one level at a time slows the excitment of fans and concidering that in the Alternative ending in crash 2 where there is a scene where the Gems gets used to blow up cortex's space station there is in fact 6 coloured gems used not 5 and in game there is only 5 collectable coloured gems, This could come to an excellent DLC pack for crash 2 by adding 5 additional levels with an additional Warproom and maybe a 6th one where there is a second gem path route that uses all 6 Gems

 

Pritty please Activision <3

 

Level 1

hi...

do not be tired.

I ask you recreate the crash team racing...please...

good luck 

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