Mysterious new Crash Bandicoot project could be in the works
Could the next Crash Bandicoot project in the works under Activision be an animated movie or TV show of some kind?
In an update this week, famed animator Bill Kopp posted a picture to social media that hints at a new Crash project in the works.
In the image, we see animation producer Jeff DeGrandis sitting with a huge poster of Crash Bandicoot: N. Sane Trilogy – the picture was seemingly taken at Activision office headquarters in Santa Monica, California (via SNRUB on ResetEra ).
Now, this may not seem like a big deal, but Bill Kopp has a fantastic history in the animation industry, and on the back of the success of Crash Bandicoot N. Sane Trilogy and Crash Team Racing Nitro-Fueled, we imagine Activision is keen to keep the IP alive.
This story was originally picked up over at We Got This Covered . Take the information with a pinch of salt, because the outlet has a patchy history with reporting rumours and sourcing its claims.
"Sources close to We Got This Covered – the same ones who told us Bill Murray was returning for Ghostbusters 3 and thatan Aladdin sequel was in development, both of which we now know to be true – have revealed that an animated film based on the character is currently in the works at Sony Pictures" the site explains.
"At this time, no release date has been confirmed yet, but early plot details reveal that the movie will follow the games’ basic plot, with Crash attempting to thwart, once more, the evil plans of Doctor Neo Cortex."
Considering we were expecting an announcement about a Crash Bandicoot game last week, and nothing came of it, we're wondering if this is what Activision was hinting at instead?
Last week's rumours began when Youtuber Canadian Guy Eh noticed several social media influencers posing with Crash Bandicoot figurines with little Santa hats on them.
We thought this might be a tease for a Crash announcement at either The Game Awards 2019 or Sony's December State of Play, but neither turned out to be accurate.
Maybe we're going to hear about a new film featuring the crazy marsupial instead?
We'll keep you updated as we hear more, but we suspect this could be something Activision doesn't look to reveal until at some stage in 2020.
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