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New Crash Bandicoot game will arrive on Mobile too – Announcement Trailer

A running game is yet to be present on Mobile devices soon. Candy Crush developer has already revealed Crash Bandicoot: On the Run, which in addition to Crash Bandicoot 4: It’s About Time, it would present excellent accommodation. Somewhat a team-up between different platforms, that may cheer a broader spectrum of audience.

Crash Bandicoot: On the Run, classified as a runner-game, will promote a fight against Dr. Neo Cortex and his forces. Crash and Coco are strangled to fight against him throughout already familiar Crash Bandicoot mechanics. The game’s debut trailer (listed above) showcases a lot of them, even though it lasts just 70 seconds.

To endure the fight longer, players will be able to craft their epic weapons and use them against the evil forces. What else seems to be interesting is that it will support customizable characters. So, your Crash may look slightly different than what we know him as. Crash Bandicoot: On the Run will become available both on the Google Playstore and Apple’s App Store.

To get your hands onto this game, you will need to pre-register on the official website.

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