Activision‘s plans might have been revealed.
WCCFTech starts the week off on a high note: Max Arguile, who works as the licensing manager of GB Eye (who manufactures and distributes licensed gifts in the United Kingdom), said in DHX Brands’ latest edition of Licensing Source Book Europe that Activision wants to use Crash Bandicoot widely. The publisher plans to port N. Sane Trilogy (which was easily one of the best games on the PlayStation 4 last summer) to PC and Nintendo Switch this year, and they also have other ideas…
…like making a new game! Activision has a five-year plan until 2022 to make Crash games, and the next title, according to Arguile, would be available from 2019! It looks like Sony’s E3 presentation this year might have the next Crash title announced!
We’ll see. Formerly, we saw rumors about Crash Bandicoot: N. Sane Trilogy being ported to the Nintendo Switch, so this comment might prove the rumors of Activision’s plans right.