According to a report from GB Eye, a UK-based merchandising company, a port of the Crash Bandicoot N-Sane Trilogy - the remasters of the first three games in the series by Naughty Dog - is due out for PC this year, with a new Crash game due 2019. This is not the first time this has been rumoured.
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The report can be checked out in the exciting Licensing Source Book Europe - Spring 2018 on page 97 - helpfully noted by Resetera. The relevant passage can be seen below:
GB Eye notes that not only will the N.Sane Trilogy be coming to PC and Nintendo Switch, after its launch on PS4 last year, but a brand new Crash Bandicoot game will be coming too in 2019. As the Crash series of platformers have never made it to PC, not to mention any of catalogue from Uncharted and The Last Of Us developer Naughty Dog who are resolutely Sony-only, this is very good news. Although it has to be said that Naughty Dog will almost certainly not be developing the new Crash game.
The GB Eye report is all about merchandising for gaming, so expect a lot of Crash Bandicoot merchandise to appear as Activision apparently have big plans for the character up to 2022, and GB Eye are excited by this. Still, the N-Sane Trilogy at the very least will be a welcome addition to ex-console exclusive list on PC, a list that grows every day.