Vicarious Visions just released another video showcasing the third entry of their upcoming Crash Bandicoot N. Sane Trilogy. The PlayStation Blog from North America was able to speak with the remastered game director Dan Tenguay who shed some interesting details of how the games was rebuilt from the ground up. Apparently, the team at Vicarious Visions pulled the 3D polygonal data straight from the originals and then built from there. The results are staggering as the video will show and the game director pointed out that PS4 Pro owners will be in for an additional treat of graphical fidelity. Check out the video just below.
It seems clear that the improvements are being carefully implemented in order to capture a new audience of gamers. Crash Bandicoot is an action 3D-Platformer that was originally developed by Sony's Naughty Dog studio. In these games you go through linear levels breaking boxes, jumping through obstacles and occasionally taking on bosses in order to advance further in the game. For those that never experienced the original trilogy, your chance will come on June 30th. The novelties for these games, other than graphic improvements, include an improved saving system and checkpoint system as well as trophies for all three games.
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