Published: Sat, December 08, 2018
Technology | By Lionel Gonzales

Crash Team Racing Announcement Made At The Game Awards 2018

Crash Team Racing Announcement Made At The Game Awards 2018

Rumors had been floating around that a remaster of the very popular Crash Team Racing would be announced soon.

Nitro Fueled is coming to Nintendo Switch, PlayStation 4, and Xbox One on June 21st, 2019 with remastered graphics and online multiplayer.

It was rumored that we would be seeing a remaster of Crash Team Racing. Let us know in the comments. You can check out the reveal trailer above!

Nitro-Fueled is developed by Spider-Man: Shattered Dimensions devs Beenox Interactive and brings back all the original content from the original PlayStation's CTR, built from the ground up with new visuals and audio.

The Game Awards 2018: Crash Team Racing Remake Announced
Crash Team Racing confirmed for Nintendo Switch

When it initially released in 1999, Crash Team Racing became a surprise hit on the PlayStation front, though Naughty Dog moved on from the franchise shortly thereafter to begin work on the Jak series for PlayStation 2. Familiar characters like Crash, Coco, Dr. Neo Cortex, and the rest of the familiar "Crash" game join together to take on the villain Nitros Oxide in a mad dash to save the planet from certain destruction.

Video game stories from other sites on the web. Buyers will also receive a copy of the game with the digital deluxe edition.

The game will have a standard edition for $39.99; but there will also be a special edition, as detailed below.

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