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Crash Bandicoot 4: It’s About Time has already been rumored for Switch. Before the game even released, Nintendo’s system was clearly mentioned on the official website. Talk about a Switch version is now picking up again following launch.

After digging through the .ini file for Crash Bandicoot 4: It’s About Time, it’s apparently been discovered that a Switch profile is hidden within. While it’s possible that it could be leftover code from Unreal Engine 4 – which was used to develop the game – YouTuber Canadian Guy Eh points out that we can see “Copied from Falcon” multiple times in the code. Falcon was the project name for Spyro Reignited Trilogy, which is also on Switch and was made by Toys for Bob. In other words, some optimization code may have been borrowed for the base of Crash Bandicoot 4 on Switch.

A few months ago, Activision announced Tony Hawk’s Pro Skater 1 + 2. The release is now coming up in just a couple of weeks. Although there hasn’t been any news regarding a Switch version, some evidence suggests that it could be happening in the future.

Activision brought out a demo for Tony Hawk’s Pro Skater 1 + 2 a few days ago, and interestingly enough, there’s some news for Switch fans. Images have supposedly been found in the files of the Switch unit itself, in addition to the Joy-Con Grip and Pro Controller.

Here’s a look:

Crash Bandicoot N. Sane Trilogy and Crash Team Racing Nitro-Fueled are both out on Switch, and by all accounts, they did pretty well. It was therefore a bit of a disappointment to see that Crash Bandicoot 4: It’s About Time – the latest entry in the series – was not announced for the console as part of the initial reveal. There hasn’t been anything confirming a Switch release, but eagle-eyed fans have spotted something that gives a little bit of hope to cling on to.

Over on the official website for Crash Bandicoot 4, PlayStation 4 and Xbox One are the only listed systems. However, in the site’s source code, the platforms category also includes Switch. It’s unclear if this was merely a mistake or is a sign of future plans.

One possibility is that we could see Crash Bandicoot 4: It’s About Time on Switch down the road. Activision has brought releases to Switch well after their initial launches as we saw with Crash Bandicoot N. Sane Trilogy and Spyro Reignited Trilogy. The company has also said it is “still evaluating additional platforms for a future date”. 


Amazon has posted the final cover image for The Art of Spyro Reignited Trilogy. Get a look at the design above.

The Art of Spyro Reignited Trilogy should be out later this month. You can reserve it on Amazon, Amazon Canada, and Amazon UK.

Crash Team Racing Nitro-Fueled isn’t getting any additional Grand Prix events, but Activision and Beenox aren’t stopped support for the game. The two companies have outlined what else is planned moving forward.

Here’s the full rundown:

Activision and Beenox today unveiled the final Grand Prix for Crash Team Racing Nitro-Fueled.

During the Gasmoxia event, players can experience a new track, play as new character Emperor Velo, and more. Additional details can be found below.

Crash Team Racing Nitro-Fueled kicked off the Rustland Grand Prix as its latest major event. Have a look at some footage below.

Activision and Beenox today unveiled the Rustland Grand Prix Crash Team Racing Nitro-Fueled. It will begin tomorrow, January 16.

The Rustland Grand Prix includes a new track, Mega-Mix as a new character, new karts, and more. Additional information can be found below.

Since the release of Crash team Racing Nitro-Fueled earlier this year, the racer has received regular content updates. Activision and Beenox have delivered several Grand Prix events with new characters, tracks, and more. The latest one, Winter Festival, just went live a few days ago

Players will be happy to hear that the content updates won’t be stopping this year. Another Grand Prix is confirmed to go live in 2020, though further details haven’t been provided. When we have more details, we’ll be sure to pass those along to you.


Have you ever heard of Minority Report: Everybody Runs? If you said no, we wouldn’t blame you.

Activision originally published the movie-based Minority Report: Everybody Runs for the Game Boy Advance way back in 2002. It was made by Torus Games. Alex Hutchinson, who directed the likes of Assassin’s Creed III and Far Cry 4, started his career working on that old GBA title.

Minority Report: Everybody Runs might be noteworthy if only for only one reason. During a recent episode of the Game Informer Show, Hutchinson revealed that movie director Steven Spielberg’s assistant reached out to the team during development. Spielberg apparently wanted the guns removed as they wouldn’t fit in with the GBA’s audience – which he felt was more kid-friendly. In its place, Torus Games was given a suggestion to replace the guns with the Sick Stick – a weapon already in the game – that makes you vomit.