INTRO: Earlier this year in July, King, the maker of Candy Crush, revealed its plans to bring Crash Bandicoot to Android and iOS. While the corporate didn’t reveal a particular timeframe for the sport then, King has now announced that the sport are going to be available in Spring 2021.
To be specific, the expected launch date of the upcoming endless runner game is Annunciation, 2021. Alongside the launch announcement, King has released a replacement Crash Bandicoot gameplay video also, which you’ll watch below.
If you can’t wait to urge your hands on, the corporate is running a beta program for the sport. However, you’ll need an iPhone to participate in the testing program. It is also worth noting that the beta program is restricted to those older than 18 since it involves signing a non-disclosure agreement.
Crash Bandicoot: On the Run! will be liberal to play but like most mobile games, you’ve got the choice to form in-app purchases. The Play Store listing also mentions that ‘you must be connected to the web to access the game‘. It remains to be seen if the developers are getting to add an offline single-player mode.
For early birds, the corporate has opened pre-registration on both App Store and Google Play Store. Moreover, you’ll also prefer to automatically install the sport whenever it becomes available. It will be interesting to ascertain if King manages to maximize nostalgia to form the upcoming Crash Bandicoot mobile a billboard success.