A couple of months ago, the Crash Bandicoot N Sane Trilogy was announced for the PC, Xbox One, and the Nintendo Switch. This followed the release of the game on the PS4. The release was originally intended for a release on the 10th of July, but according to Activision’s latest announcement, it will be launching earlier than expected.

If you were hoping to get your hands on the game, know that it will now launch on the 29th of June instead, about a couple of weeks earlier than what was previously expected. “Crash Bandicoot has been working hard to look good for his debut on new platforms. The fan reaction to the news that he’s coming to Xbox One, Nintendo Switch and PC via Steam was the extra push needed and now he’s ready nearly two weeks early!”

It is unclear as to what might have spurred the earlier than expected launch, but we guess it’s good news for those who have been waiting for the game since its release on the PS4. Hopefully this doesn’t mean that the game was rushed, and that development and testing was simply successful and because of that, the release date has been brought forward.

As Activision notes, pre-orders are now live so go ahead and place your pre-order if you’ve been looking forward to playing it.

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