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'Crash Bandicoot N Sane Trilogy' News: 'Un-bearable' Level Looks More Realistic in new Teaser; Crash's Nemesis Revealed in Final Box Art

By Matthew King, | May 09, 2017

"Crash Bandicoot N Sane Trilogy" is not running at true 4K on PS4 Pro but only 1440p at 30fps. (YouTube)

"Crash Bandicoot N Sane Trilogy" is not running at true 4K on PS4 Pro but only 1440p at 30fps. (YouTube)

The final box art for "Crash Bandicoot N Sane Trilogy" has surfaced online, which reveals a glimpse at Crash's nemesis, Neo Cortex and Aku Aku. Also, Vicarious Visions has released a side-by-side graphics comparison video between the original and the remastered collection.

"Crash Bandicoot N Sane Trilogy" is just more than a month away from its official release to the PlayStation 4 on June 30. Apparently, Wal-Mart Canada now has a copy of the game collection's final box art and it notably looks stunning. The final box art has offered a fresh look at Crash with Aku Aku and his nemesis, Neo Cortex. 

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Meanwhile, Vicarious Visions has released a PS1 vs. PS4 graphics comparison video running in real-time. It shows how "Crash Bandicoot N Sane Trilogy" has successfully achieved a far better graphics since the release three titles of the franchise was announced for re-release on PS4. 

From the graphics comparison video, it shows the great amount of hard work of the game developer on doing the remaster of the three titles so far. The "Un-Bearable" level from the original title is far more realistic as opposed to the 90's build, WWG reported.

Specifically, the pig that gamers are riding on now gets a real-life look but it still keeps that cartoon-like sense fans want from any "Crash Bandicoot" titles. In addition, the polar bear that is giving chase has also improved a lot and is now more life-like flow than the past titles. 

Bottomline, players will undoubtedly get a nostalgic feeling in a delightful and better graphics for PS4 while playing a PS1 game. The remastered collection will also support render at 4K resolution on PS4 Pro

So far,  Activision has not mentioned of any plan to bring "Crash Bandicoot N Sane Trilogy" outside of Sony's current gen consoles. Thus, it is assumed that the game collection will stay as an exclusive release for PS4 and PS4 Pro.  


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