Nintendo happily reported that the remade trilogy of Crash Bandicoot's first few games is coming to the Switch, but Activision has announced that the collection is also coming to Xbox One and PC, as well.

The trilogy, which is the best selling remaster on the PlayStation 4 bar none, has been long-rumored to come to other systems. A year later, Activision announced that the other platforms will be releasing on the other consoles on July 10.

The port comes to other systems with all the content in place. While the Crash Bandicoot license eventually transferred to Activision, players familiar with the games in the N.Sane trilogy might remember the days when Crash was the fierce-fighting mascot who stood outside Nintendo headquarters with a megaphone calling out Mario.

Crash Bandictoot N.Sane Trilogy will release on Xbox One, PC, and Switch on July 10 for $39.99.


Our Take
While it's no surprise the game is coming, I am curious what Activision's marketing will be for the ports. The PS4 release was an unqualified success.