There's New Footage Been Released Of 'Crash Bandicoot: The N’Sane Trilogy' And I'm Hyped
The long, long, long awaited Crash Bandicoot: The N'Sane Trilogy will be released on PS4 on June 30, but fans will soon be able to play a demo ahead of the official launch.
Gamers living in the good ol' US of A may have noticed a flurry of GameStop stores with kiosks allowing customers to have a go on the PS4 demo unit.
And game developers Vicarious Visions has finally released an entire level's worth of gameplay which you can watch here...
Does that look fucking sick, or does that look fucking sick?
From the looks of it, the developers have completely reinvented the series, rebuilding all the levels and models from scratch.
The game's looking better than ever, with Crash looking sharp. According to Activision, the remastered game offers 'redone lighting and animations, newly-recreated cinematics, and support for PS4 Pro'.
If you're still hungry for some more Bandicoot content then don't worry, there's also the previous trailer that you can watch here...
In terms of the game, everything is pretty much the same as the original, with the gameplay, sound effects, moves and maps all being left alone to wallow in their magnificence.
Vicarious Visions, which is handling the task of updating the classic, has also improved the game's bonus levels and time trials.
It has also recreated the cinematic intro with updated graphics and sound.
The game will cost $39.99 (roughly £32) and be available on both the PS4 and PS4 Pro.
And believe you me, somebody is very, very excited to be back...
Chill out mate, it's not too long before the game's released. Not too long at all.
Originally exclusive to the Sony PlayStation, the series was created by Andy Gavin and Jason Rubin during their tenure at developer Naughty Dog.
Since its conception at Naughty Dog, the franchises's main man - 'Crash' - has appeared on multiple platforms, spanning numerous genres.
The series has a total of eighteen games and has shipped over 50 million copies worldwide. Big numbers.
Featured Image Credit: Activision