In other Crash Bandicoot news, the N. Sane Trilogy is wiping out all traces of Naughty Dog when it comes to the Xbox One, PC, and Nintendo Switch this July.
Usually when a video game has its release date changed, it normally means a game has been delayed. You can play the Crash Bandicoot Trilogy on June 29 with pre-orders open now.
When the remake arrived for the PlayStation 4 in June of previous year, it launched to stellar reviews.
While Crash was a platform exclusive at launch, Spyro will be launching on the Xbox One and PS4 on the same day in September.
June 29 is a crowded date for the Nintendo Switch. The fan reaction to the news that he's coming to Xbox One, Nintendo Switch and PC via Steam was the extra push needed and now he's ready almost two weeks early!
"GearNuke has recently reported that, while the Crash Bandicoot games will still be there in full, including the original PlayStation adventure, Cortex Strikes Back and Warped, there will be something missing - the wink-in-the-eye references to Naughty Dog". Will any of you be picking up the N.Sane trilogy?