Crash Team Racing Nitro Fueled: Recent Grand Prix Discoveries?

CTR:NF released and I think it might be time to discuss some recent finds in the game that point to what lies beyond the 1st 2 Grand Prix’s. So possible spoilers ahead, if you don’t want to be possibly spoiled. Then read no further.

For those that want to keep reading, let’s get right into this.

So well known Crash Twinsanity data-miner, BetaM over on Twitter. Uncovered when the next 2-Grand Prix’s after Prehistoric Playground will release. And like I expected, each Grand Prix will be a month long each.

Spyro’s releases in September along with the Reignited Switch & PC ports. Another thing about the Spyro track, as we know it’s called “Spyro & Friends”. Well in CTR:NF’s credits we can see at least 5-Reignited VA’s listed. Respectively (assuming) for Spyro (Tom Kenney), Ripto (Gregg Berger). Hunter (Robbie Daymond), Gnasty Gnorc (Michael Gough) & Sparx (Andre Sogliuzzo).

I mentioned before that I kind of expected Sparx to get in as a mask & Ripto as a racer. But Not Hunter or Gnasty Gnorc though.

What BetaM also found were previously unrevealed characters like Nitros Brio, Koala Kong & Komodo Moe will be racers sometime later.

BetaM found an October Grand Prix (Tweet from earlier in the article) titled “Spooky”. Seeing as this is fr Halloween, this could mean 1 of 2 things.

  1. A MediEvil themed track & guest racer, since the game releases in October or
  2. It’ll be a Twinsanity track for the games 15th Anniversary (Sept. 28th US & Oct. 8th EU)

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If it’s the latter, then it could be the Academy of Evil track with Nina Cortex as the unlockable racer. Seeing as Twinsanity was her debut game. Now I’m curious what other Twinsanity characters will get in.

But I would be beyond excited if Twinsanity got it’s own track especially after those easter eggs we got in Cortex Castle.

So what do you guys think about this? Does this get you all even more excited for the future Grand Prix’s? Please be sure to let me know in the comments below.

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