Crash Bandicoot 4: It’s About Time when it comes out on October 2, 2020 will cost 60€, more than any other game from the Crash series has cost in the last two decades.
But, from the official game description that arrived from the GameStop store, the new Crash Bandicoot 4: It’s About Time will have by far the most levels of any previous game.
The exact number had not yet been determined, but more than a 100 levels are mentioned. Previous games, primarily those from the N.Sanity trilogy, had about 32 levels, including boss battles. The entire collection of the original trilogy had about 100 levels, but it cost 40€.
However, since this is a completely new game, not a remaster, the expectations are that the game will experience a big step forward in the graphics and gameplay level.
By the way, developers have confirmed that the game will not feature any microtransactions, puting at end recent speculations. The game would include in-game purchases, but developer Toys For Bob clarified that “there are NO MICROTRANSACTIONS in the game”.
While previous Crash Bandicoot games have been Playstation exclusives, Crash Bandicoot 4: It’s About Time will not be a PS4 exclusive at launch. When the game comes out this October, it will be on PS4 and Xbox one.
PC, PS5, Nintendo Switch and Google Stadia versions of the game have not been confirmed yet, but there is possibility that the game could be ported to many of those platforms in the future.
You can see here how will gameplay of the game look like: