Since the June release of the Crash Bandicoot N.Sane Trilogy on PS4, the complete remasters of Uncharted developer Naughty Dog's beloved first games for Sony Playstation, rumours have been swirling about a possible release on other systems. The appearance of a video from a Vicarious Visions UI artist showing Xbox button prompts in the game adds new weight to the continual rumours. The video can be seen here or at the end of this news post.
The video shows the game's updated Save/Load screens, with the notable addition of Xbox One button prompts. The video is supposedly from a UI artist within Vicarious Visions, the developer behind the Crash Bandicoot remasters. Even if it's just a mock-up, there would be no reason to do an internal mock-up of an Xbox menu screen for the game if they or publisher Activision were not at least considering the Crash Bandicoot N.Sane Trilogy to Xbox One.
If the game does make it to Xbox One we can rest assured it will come to PC as well. As Crash Bandicoot N.Sane Trilogy, the remasters of the first three Crash games, is published by Activision and not Sony this rumour is all very possible, despite the original Crash games being Playstation-only and Naughty Dog being an internal Sony studio.
The rumours of Crash Bandicoot N.Sane Trilogy going multiplatform have appeared since Hungarian retailer SuperGamer accidentally leaked a store page for the game showing Xbox One box art and a release date of December 8th. Best Buy advertised the PS4 version as a "1 Year Console Exclusive", suggesting that they know it will go multiplatform after June 2018.
The Crash series has been multiplatform since 2001, although none have admittedly come to PC as of yet.