Well the Activision teases for the new Crash Bandicoot game have returned. Again, following the same pattern talked about previously.
With Spyro getting purple egg teases before it was revealed, then dice & Christmas cookies before Crash Team Racing: Nitro Fueled’s reveal at The Game Awards last year.
Well thanks to some investigating by fellow YouTuber, Canadian Guy Eh, we now know that Activision isn’t sending out specific items like the past few times. Instead, it’s already available Crash Bandicoot items like Funko POP!’s & F4F’s. Only difference being the included Christmas hats. Which is very similar to last year’s Crash Christmas cookies.
With that said, it’s safe to assume that a new Crash Bandicoot game is being revealed at either The Game Awards or the Playstation State Of Play next week. Both are in within 2-days of each other.
Once again, this is part of Activision’s established teasing pattern they have established since Spyro Reignited last year. And sure enough, this pattern is continuing once more!
Going by the recent mystery mask, leaks & rumors recently. It can be assumed to be a completely, brand new Crash game. Which will be the 1st time in years there has been a “technical” new game in the series.
This all likely ties into Crash Team Racing Nitro Fueled’s Winter Festival GP as well. Which I believe should begin next Friday after The Game Awards. This’d be after the current GP, Neon Circus finishes up on December 8th (tomorrow).
So what do you guys think about this? Excited that a new Crash game is going to be revealed next week? Do you think it’ll be at the State of Play or The Game Awards? Be sure to let me know in the comments below!
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