Potential Teaser For New Crash Bandicoot Game Has Been Uncovered

Gamers have seemingly stumbled across a potential teaser for a new Crash Bandicoot game thanks to the most-recent release in the series, Crash Bandicoot 4: It’s About Time.

Crash Bandicoot 4: It’s About Time which released for PlayStation 4 and Xbox One in October, could contain the first clue as to the next game in the franchise.

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Credit: Activision

During the very first level of the game a TV can be seen, and if players hit it, it scrolls through logos of the four main entries in the series including Crash Bandicoot 4: It’s About Time.

However there appears to be an Easter egg which reveals a fifth and currently unknown logo.

Promo image from Crash Bandicoot 4
Credit: Activision

The logo in question only appears for a brief second and doesn’t seem to have a number attached, which might indicate that the potential tease isn’t for a Crash Bandicoot 5.

So with this in mind it is perhaps best assumed that this logo may in fact be a tease for a Crash Bandicoot spin-off. Perhaps we might be getting a new Kart racer, a follow-up to the 2019 CTR remake?

The potential tease was brought to our attention from the Twitter account belonging to Kevin Fagaragan who shared the clip via his PlayStation 4.

There’s a new image that appears on the TV after you beat the game? Teasing Crash 5 or a spinoff?” said Fagaragan.

However it is worth mentioning that this mysterious logo will only appear when you have achieved 106% completion of the game which is no mere task, otherwise only Crash Bandicoot games one to four will be shown.

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Credit: Activision

In our review of Crash Bandicoot 4: It’s About Time we said that it is a: “perfect addition to the series” and is an “essential purchase”.

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Featured Image Credit: Activision