New evidence reveal Crash Bandicoot Remaster is coming to Xbox One

Since its development, Crash Bandicoot N. Sane Trilogy has been in the sights of the fans for its exclusivity on PS4 and a series of rumors and information that refer to its possible exit on Xbox One. Activision has not given details on whether the exclusivity of the title is temporary or not, but at present, it is complicated that a third-party game, without a direct relationship with the company that manufactures the console, stays in this for a long time.


Recently, the work shown by a creative who participated in the game brings back the hope that Crash Bandicoot N. Sane Trilogy will arrive on the console of Microsoft, Xbox One.

Vicarious Visions artist Kara Zisa worked in part on the development of the user interface of Crash Bandicoot N. Sane Trilogy and once the title went on sale she was free to show part of her work in an Internet portfolio, as many professionals do. However, within the images shown there was highlighted a detail as one in particular which contained the screen to save of the game and the buttons to confirm or cancel corresponded to an Xbox One controller.

When the media noticed this image, the artist Kara Zisa immediately removed it, leaving only the work that did not show some compromising element. It should be mentioned that this simple image was enough to ignite the debate about the possibility that Crash Bandicoot N. Sane Trilogy will arrive on Xbox One.

Some opinions assure that the development of the game was thought for PS4 and Xbox One before Sony arrived at an agreement with Activision to achieve a temporary exclusivity, so that would only wait for that exclusivity expires to launch the title on Xbox One.

Recall that Crash Bandicoot N. Sane Trilogy is already available on PS4.