Crash N. Sane Trilogy Release Date Moved Up

Fans of Crash Bandicoot who lack a PlayStation 4 were informed back in march that they would get a chance to purchase it on other platforms. Earlier today Activision announced that the game would be dropping around 2 weeks earlier than originally planned.

Crash is Coming to Switch, PC, and XBox earlier than expected
Fans of the classic PS1 Crash Bandicoot games were given quite a nice treat last year in the form of the N. Sane Trilogy. This remaster of the first 3 Crash games was originally released exclusively for the PS4 on June 30th last year, and back in March of this year it was announced that the compilation would be arriving to other platforms in July. But, earlier today, (May 10th 2018), it was announced on the Activision blog that the games release would be moved up from July 10th to June 29th.
               
The trilogy, developed by Vicarious Visions, has been both a critical and financial success, having sold over 2.5 million copies within the first 3 months of the games release and topping UK sales charts for over a month. While still fairly far away at over a month, the earlier release is still great news for those who were interested in the game but unable to get it due to not having a PS4.

Crash Bandicoot N. Sane Trilogy - Xbox One/Switch/PC Reveal Trailer @ 1080p HD ✔
               
The N. Sane Trilogy is currently available for PlayStation 4 while the other platforms are available for pre-order.