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Crash Bandicoot remaster trilogy trailer and Uncharted spin-off revealed

04 Dec 2016

The first trailer was released for the Crash Bandicoot remaster trilogy and an Uncharted spin-off has now been revealed. 

The Crash Bandicoot trilogy is more of a remake as opposed to a remaster. It features the exact same levels, but all of the environments and character models have been built from the ground up. 

All three games are packed into this release giving you hours of fun gameplay. The Crash Bandicoot N.Sane trilogy will be out sometime in 2017 for the PS4 console. 

That wasn't all that was revealed today at the PlayStation Experience 2016 event. Sony revealed it's now publishing an Uncharted spin-off called "The Lost Legacy. 

Uncharted: The Lost Legacy is a new standalone adventure that focuses on the characters of Chloe Frazer and Nadine Ross. The two characters are in search of an ancient Indian artifact. As always, many enemies stand in their way so they have to fight in order to get the artifact for themselves. 

A gameplay trailer was revealed featuring over eight minutes of explosive action. Naughty Dog is still the developer so the studio is busy with both this and the recently announced The Last of Us Part II. It's DLC, although you can play it without owning the base game of Uncharted 4. Check out the trailer below. 




 



 
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