More rumour of an impending Xbox One release for Crash Bandicoot N. Sane Trilogy surfaces online.
Originally touted as a PS4 exclusive, Vicarious Visions remastered trilogy could eventually end up being a multiplatform release, with a move to Xbox One gathering momentum. According to Press Start, Vicarious Vision artist, Kara Visa, who created both save and load screens for Crash Bandicoot N. Sane Trilogy, uploaded a video to her portfolio (which has since been removed) of in-game footage displaying Xbox control inputs.
Speculation for a multi platform release arose prior to the collection’s release and has continued following its launch in June. Previously, PlayStation Ireland tweeted that Crash Bandicoot N. Sane Trilogy would head to PS4 and PS4 Pro first fueling rumours before changing its stance to PlayStation Exclusive, while listings for the remastered trilogy on Xbox One have appeared on multiple retail websites.
The latest leak appears to lend further strength to the rumours, with an Xbox One future release now seemingly an inevitability.