Worth taking for a spin.

In one sense, it should come as no surprise that Crash Bandicoot 4 has eventually made its way to the Switch, albeit five months after it came to other consoles. When the N. Sane Trilogy came to the Switch a full year after launching on the PS4, it was hugely successful despite that 12-month gap – both critically and commercially.

With that in mind, when this brand-new Crash adventure was announced for Sony and Microsoft’s consoles, everyone winked at each other because it was surely inevitable that Activision would pull the same trick and announce it for Switch after everyone had bought it on other systems.

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March 12, 2021 at 06:00AM
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