Crash Bandicoot 4 It’s About Time comes out in early October, and already the Japanese have released a zany, 90s inspired commercial that is completely unforgettable. If you can’t wait until early October to wear sneakers once more, the good news is that you can download a demo. Here you’ll discover how to download the Crash Bandicoot 4 It’s About Time demo on PS4 and Xbox One.
As a sequel to Warped, Crash Bandicoot 4 It’s About Time hopes to preserve peoples’ fondness of the series following the excellent N. Sane Trilogy remake. There’s plenty of familiar aspects to the game, but there’s also innovations such as a completely redesigned Tawna who is the game’s final playable character.
If you cannot wait to begin the newest Crash experience, below you’ll discover how to download its demo on PS4 and Xbox One.
How to download Crash Bandicoot 4 demo
You need to pre-order Crash Bandicoot 4 to download the It’s About Time demo on PS4 and Xbox One.
The Crash Bandicoot 4 demo will release on September 16th, and you must pre-order a digital copy of the game on either PS4 or Xbox One to download.
As for what the sample includes, Activision’s blog post says gamers will be able to play through Snow Way Out, Dino Dash, and Snow Way Out again but as Cortex.
Snow Way Out is described as a platformer puzzle, meanwhile Dino Dash “will bring in a nostalgia-filled chase sequence alongside traditional platforming”.
Lastly, for Snow Way Out as Neo Cortex, the villainous fiend is said to have unique abilities. While he can dash on the ground or across chasms, he can also turn enemies into platforms or gelatinous cubes to bounce on.
Crash Bandicoot 4 It’s About Time pre-order bonus
You can pre-order Crash Bandicoot 4 It’s About Time right now to get a pre-order bonus other than just the demo.
Per the PlayStation Store, pre-ordering Crash Bandicoot 4 It’s About Time for £59.99 will reward you with the Totally Tubular skins for Crash and Coco.
You will also get Marsupus Erecuts and Serious Upgrade skins which are said to be coming to PlayStation first.
The Totally Tubular skins are neat for those who want Crash and Coco to look like backup dancers in an 80s pop video, but clearly the pull for pre-ordering is the demo.