Crash Bandicoot 4 : It’s About Time – Demo Arrives at PS Store

Published 09/16/2020, 2:49 PM EDT


Crash Bandicoot is a franchise of platform video games. Originally, it was an exclusive title for Sony’s PlayStation, but the latter installments of the series were released across multiple platforms. The latest game of this series is under development by Toys for Bob and will be published by Activision.

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PlayStation just announced that the demo for Crash Bandicoot 4: It’s About Time is out on PS Store. However, to access it, players need to pre-order the game.

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The demo for Crash Bandicoot 4: It’s About Time includes three levels

The demo has three levels from the middle of the game. Crash will be in focus on two levels, and Dr. Neo Cortex will be in focus on the other level.

The three maps are :

Snow Way Out – This map brings back the slippery ice levels from Crash. The level contains time-altering moves as Crash uses the Time Mask-Kupuna-Wa at this level. Crash will be able to slow the risky platforms and ice blocks to reach the end.

Devs have also included an optional Bonus path for Veterans or players who want to test their abilities to new limits.

Snow Way out ( Cortex Timeline ) – Dr. Neo Cortex is a completely different character with different abilities such as dashing in mid-air. He can also turn foes into platforms. The map will be a new experience with Dr. Neo Cortex.

Dino Dash – This is the ancient map of the game. Crash’s enemy in this map is none other than the highly anticipated T-Rex. Crash will have to put Lani-Loli i.e. the phase shift mask, to its best use to reach the end.

This map also comes with an optional bonus path.

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Crash Bandicoot 4: It’s About Time Pre-order plans

Players will be able to avail the Totally Tubular skins after their purchase. The game is currently priced at a retail price of $59.99.

The previous Crash Bandicoot games have been way too much fun to play and are ranked highly on everyone’s lists. However, the veterans of the game were waiting for twenty years to finally play the sequel to the original Crash Bandicoot trilogy and will surely be brimming with excitement at the prospect of playing the new title.

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Aakrit Sharma is an eSports author at EssentiallySports, and has written over 600 articles for their eSports division. He is an undergradate student at Delhi University. From getting chased by The Dahaka while playing Prince of Persia Warrior Within, to sweating his way up in ranked Apex Legends matches, he developed his consuming passion for the massive world of gaming and now writes about it with the same enthusiasm.

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