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Ports of Crash: N. Sane Trilogy could be the responsibility of these studies

The collection arrived last year on PlayStation 4

One of the most important news of the week is that Crash Bandicoot: N. Sane Trilogy will stop being an exclusive for PlayStation 4 to get to Nintendo Switch, Xbox One, and PC. A few days into this revelation began to circulate new details, such as the possible identity of those who will be responsible for the development of these ports.

Let's go in parts: according to the product page of Crash Bandicoot: N. Sane Trilogy in the eShop of Nintendo Switch, this port will be responsible for Toys for Bob. It is a subsidiary of Activision based in California, the United States, which is best known for creating the first installment of the Skylanders franchise.


On the other hand, the situation is not so clear in the case of the versions for Xbox One and PC. What we mean is that the site of Crash Bandicoot: N. Sane Trilogy for Xbox One points out that its developer is Vicarious Visions, however, it is the original developer so it could be a reference to that fact. On the other hand, the official page of N. Sane Trilogy points out that Iron Galaxy ( Batman: Arkham Knight for PC and Skyrim for Nintendo Switch) works on this title, which is why many believe that it is the studio responsible for the port for PC.


With this information in mind, tell us, do you think the ports of Crash Bandicoot: N. Sane Trilogy are in good hands? What is the version you will play?

In other news, fans discovered that the Crash Bandicoot footage: N. Sane Trilogy for Switch that they showed on the Nintendo Direct does not present references to Naughty Dog. On the other hand, we think you'll be interested to know that the revelation of these ports strengthened the rumors of a remastered collection of Spyro The Dragon.

Crash Bandicoot: N. Sane Trilogy is now available on PS4 and will arrive on July 10 on Xbox One.

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