“Crash Bandicoot” has successfully returned with the release of “Crash Bandicoot: The N. Sane Trilogy,” and it looks like more “Crash” games are on the way. Activision CEO Eric Hirshberg has teased that they are “experimenting" with the property, and it might lead to more games.

“We are experimenting with Crash,” Hirshberg told GameIndustry.biz. “We know there's a vocal fanbase that wanted that to come back. But you never know if that is emblematic of a larger audience or just this niche, nostalgia-based community. So far, we are seeing some real passion for it, so that could lead to other things.”

Hirshberg also said that Activision is always trying to find the “next big thing,” but it’s prioritizing the communities that they already have.

Based on Hirshberg’s statements, it does look like Activision is still interested in the series as a whole. This could lead to more remakes, or possibly, even a brand-new entry into the “Crash Bandicoot” franchise.

The CEO did say that they were “experimenting” with the franchise, so that could mean a lot of different things. One thing is for sure, Activision isn’t giving up on one of its most beloved property.

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“Crash Bandicoot: The N. Sane Trilogy” is a remake of the first three Crash Bandicoot games developed by Vicarious Visions. The collection is considered to be a “remaster plus” since all of the original gameplay and character designs are the same, but have been rebuilt with better graphics.

“The N. Sane Trilogy” was released last week on June 30, and has already been positively received by most fans and critics. IGN gave the trilogy an 8.5/10, Game Informer gave it an 8/10 and GameSpot gave it a 6/10. “The N. Sane Trilogy” also launched last week at No. 1 on the U.K. sales chart.

The remake has already proven popular, delivering the promised nostalgia to the original fans of the series. However, some are now realizing that the “Crash Bandicoot” games are a lot harder than they remember.

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“The N. Sane Trilogy” is currently only available for the PlayStation 4 and the PS4 Pro, but it’s now being rumored to be released for the Xbox One consoles.

The U.K. retailer Base recently published the product page of “The N. Sane Trilogy” on its website showing a Dec. 8, 2017 release date. It’s being speculated that this is the release date for the Xbox One version of the game.

The trilogy was originally believed to be a PS4-exclusive, but a tweet from Sony’s PlayStation Ireland Twitter page suggests that it might just actually be a timed-exclusive. Activision hasn’t confirmed or denied that “The N. Sane Trilogy” will be heading to the Xbox One or other platforms yet.

Activision currently owns the rights to the “Crash Bandicoot” franchise, which was originally developed by Naughty Dog. Under Naughty Dog, “Crash Bandicoot” was published by Sony Computer Entertainment. Given that Activision has the rights to the franchise, the company is certainly free to release “The N. Sane Trilogy” on other platforms.