Activision does not rule out future Crash Bandicoot projects
About Crash Bandicoot: N. Sane Trilogy say "we are seeing some real passion."
Eric Hirshberg, CEO of Activision, has starred in an interesting interview in GamesIndustry in which he has not hesitated to speak clearly about Crash Bandicoot and the recent and successful premiere of Crash Bandicoot: N. Sane Trilogy, the new compilation of the marsupial developed by Vicarious visions and based on the first three video games of Naughty dog.
In this regard, Hirshberg has assured that "we are experimenting with Crash," he told GamesIndustry, "we know that there is a fan base that was constantly speaking out for his return. But you never know if that is a matter of a wide audience or a community rooted in nostalgia. So far, we're seeing some real passion in it, so it could lead to other things. "
The priority of ActivisionHowever, it is clear: "We are always trying to find the next big thing, but our first priority remains to make sure that we are giving what they ask of the communities that we are lucky to have." Crash Bandicoot: N. Sane Trilogy has been released on Playstation 4 with great success: it has taken the first position in the British ranking.