Sony is working on a new ‘Crash Bandicoot’, according to NECA director

Randy Falk, the product development director of the National Entertainment Collectibles Association (NECA), a company that works with Sony collectible figures, has confirmed during an interview at Toy Fair 2016 in New York City that Sony is developing a new Crash Bandicoot.

Falk stated that in the modern world of video games, they are getting stronger. “We’ve made great progress with Sony. We have Ultimate Kratos from God of War III about to release.” arrive physically. We have Nathan Drake from Uncharted 4, which will be released in May. And now LittleBigPlanet is doing very well, so we’ll be showing a lot of that stuff over here.”

After talking about the figure of Kratos, Falk adds that that was one of the figures that they wanted to do for a long time and were finally able to do it with Sony. “And thinking about other titles that we would like, I have seen that they will bring back to Crash Bandicoot, something really cool. “There are a lot of good things there.”

This it’s not the first time that the topic of the popular character now part of Activision arises. One of the PlayStation 4 launch trailers included a road sign with Crash’s silhouette. When Activision was asked If they could somehow include Crash in Tony Wawk’s Pro Skater 5, the company said no, although it was not their fault but rather a combination of the moment and the rights.

During the popular PlayStation Experience 2015 We could see Shawn Layden, the president of Sony Computer Entertainment America, wearing a Crash Bandicoot t-shirt with the PlayStation logo. More recently we saw how the official PlayStation Midwest Twitter account hinted that the company was preparing a new project from Crash. Finally, a very popular user on NeoGaf also seems to indicate that this project is already underway.

If you want check it out for yourselfyou can take a look at the full interview below:


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