• Earlier rumors suggested that a new "Crash Bandicoot" game might arrive soon
  • The rumors was seemingly confirmed by a game's rating which also revealed the official name of the next "Crash Bandicoot" title
  • "Crash Bandicoot 4: It's About Time" would reportedly release on PS4 and Xbox One

"Crash Bandicoot N' Sane Trilogy" was a hit title not only to classic PlayStation fans but also to new generation gamers. Following its successful release, fans have been waiting to see a new game from the game developer. Interestingly, a new set of leaks recently surfaced online, which revealed some important details about the new "Crash Bandicoot" game, including its official title.

The latest information about the new "Crash Bandicoot" game came from a rating board in Taiwan and was spotted by gaming site Gematsu. The new game, as leaked by the Taiwanese game rating board is called "Crash Bandicoot 4: It's About Time." The game is developed by Toys for Bob, which is a gaming studio located in Novato, California.

The game developer is known for its hotly-received title, "Spyro Reignited Trilogy Remake." The new leak seemingly aligns with earlier rumors hinted by some merchandise and teased by Activision Blizzard. It can be recalled that the popular game developer teased the new "Crash Bandicoot" title through a mysterious puzzle, but sadly nothing was confirmed at that time.

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Vicarious Visions has confirmed that it had to change the handling, physics and difficulty of the remastered/remake of "Crash Bandicoot" for the "N. Sane Trilogy." Vicarious Visions

Gamerant reported that players could make out some details about the new "Crash Bandicoot" game based on its title. There were also whispers online, hinting that Toys for Bob would like to introduce "Crash Bandicoot 4: It's About Time" to the new era. Moreover, the upcoming title might involve time travel and a new mask named Lani-Loli.

The character appeared and drew Crash from 1998 to jump through time to save the Quantum masks. Gamerant speculated that while this might be a loose context of the new "Crash Bandicoot" title, it could serve as a smooth and convenient transition to introduce the game into the modern gaming era. Aside from these, there were leaked covers of "Crash Bandicoot 4: It's About Time", seemingly hinting that the game would be released on PlayStation 4 and Xbox One.

Earlier rumors claimed that the new "Crash Bandicoot" title might launch on next generation gaming consoles' PS5 and Xbox Series X. At this point, these details re still unverified. It is safe to take this information with a good measure of salt.