Crash Bandicoot 4: “About Time” is an upcoming platform game developed by Toys for Bob and released by Activision. This is the eighth major work of the Crash Bandicoot series, ranked fourth in chronological order, and is the follow-up work of the Crash Bandicoot N. Sane Trilogy, and will be performed immediately after the Crash Bandicoot: Warped incident. It will be released on PlayStation 4 and Xbox One on October 2, 2020.
Players control the roles of Crash and Coco Bandicoot in order to traverse levels and reach stage goals. The traditional elements of the series are back, including various traps and obstacles to overcome, enemies that can be defeated in some way (such as jumping), and item boxes that can be smashed open, some of which can be used as checkpoints for the player to restart When their character died.
Unlike previous entries, players can switch between Crash and Coco at any time in the level, and both have the same move set, and four different special masks can be used to overcome more complex problems-for example, allowing players The mask used slows down the time. Sometimes, players can control the game’s opponent, Dr. Neo Cortex, to cross levels and use gadgets to overcome traps and obstacles.
Activision and Toys for Bob also announced that players will be able to play other “fan favorite” roles. On August 6, 2020, Dingodile was announced as a playable character.
Dr. Neo Cortex, Dr. Nefarious Tropy, and Dr. Uka Uka escaped from their time-space prison and created a rift in time; by doing so, they exposed a multiverse. Crash and Coco must unite and work with the four quantum masks to avoid crises and restore order to the multiverse.
Crash Bandicoot 4: “About Time” was written by Mandy Benanav and composed by Walter Mair. The game was mocked on June 18, 2020, when a jigsaw puzzle was sent to several reporters that revealed a new mysterious mask character.
The next day, the Taiwan Digital Game Classification Committee graded the game, which revealed the game’s title, artwork, storyline, and game developer Bob’s toys. Games powered by Unreal Engine 4 were announced at the Summer Games Festival on June 22.