As reported by the insider “Etdragonpunch”, a representative at the stand of Activision at PAX East in Boston may have revealed support for PS4 Pro and the possible arrival of Crash Bandicoot N. Sane Trilogy on PC.
As reported on Twitter, Crash Bandicoot N. Sane Trilogy could also arrive on PC. During PAX East 2017 a representative at the booth of the game has indeed unveiled resolutions and frame rate of the remaster for PS4 and PC precisely.
According to the words of the representative in question, the trilogy of Crash Bandicoot will run at 60 fps and supports 4K on PlayStation 4 and PC. Simply put, it seems, however, they seem to have confirmed the optimization of the game for PlayStation 4 Pro and the title can also debut on the PC platform.
In the video, found in the tweet below, a very clear voice is in fact can be heard “It’s 4K on PS4 and PC, at 60 frames per second”, declared by a staff person while a girl is engaged to play one of the proposed levels.
Recall that Crash Bandicoot N. Sane Trilogy will be released on June 30 on PlayStation 4 and later it will come to other platforms not yet officially specified by the publisher Activision.
At the time Activision has not confirmed nor denied the arrival of Crash Bandicoot N. Sane Trilogy on other platforms. We will update you as soon as there will be news about it.
“4K on PS4 and PC, at sixty frames-per-second” – rep drops the PS4 Pro resolution + PC port for Crash I guess? pic.twitter.com/ZoAiJwhFWk
— me not @PAX east (@etdragonpunch) March 13, 2017