Crash Bandicoot 4: It is About Time has been rated for PS4 and Xbox One particular by the Taiwan Electronic Match Score Committee.
The news comes thanks to Gematsu, who initial spotted the listing. The listing – which now appears to have been taken off from the committee’s search final results for Crash Bandicoot – available official box art for the game, which can be seen in the tweet shared down below.
— Gematsu (@gematsucom) June 19, 2020
The listing also highlighted and a limited description of the game’s premise: “Crash is comforting and exploring his island in his time, 1998, when he finds a mysterious mask hidden absent in a cave, Lani-Loli. The mask is 1 of the Quantum Masks and evidently is familiar with Aku-Aku, Crash’s mask close friend! With the Quantum Masks returning and a Quantum Rift showing in the vicinity of our heroes, they make your mind up to bravely head by way of to diverse times and dimensions to end whoever is accountable.”
It’s also truly worth noting that the box artwork appears to affirm that the sport will be playable on Xbox Collection X way too – in the bottom still left of the box, it states that It really is About Time is an “Xbox Just one recreation playable on Xbox Series X,” so if this probably-on the lookout tale arrives accurate, the game may well have some cross-gen abilities. Equivalent messaging is not existing on the PS4 box art. Moreover, there is no point out of a Pc or Change release, two platforms that been given the preceding Crash Bandicoot online games, N. Sane Trilogy and Crash Staff Racing Nitro-Fueled.
The box art also reveals that Spyro Reignited Trilogy developer Toys for Bob is guiding the recreation, instead than the N. Sane Trilogy studio Vicarious Visions.
We noted before this month on leaked items that appeared to propose a new Crash Bandicoot match was inbound. Just yesterday, IGN acquired a 200-piece puzzle with the message “A minor one thing to assistance move the TIME” which discovered one of the mask’s noticed on the leaked include over.
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