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Dec 7, 2018 - Crash Team Racing Nitro-Fueled is a CTR reboot that's coming on June 21 2019. Probably PS4, Xbox One, PC and Nintendo Switch.

Update:

Crash Team Racing is being remade in the vein of the Crash Bandicoot ‘N-Sane Trilogy.

CTR: Crash Team Racing Nitro-Fueled will be speeding its way onto Xbox One, PS4, and Nintendo Switch on June 21st, 2019.

With online multiplayer and four-player split screen, Crash Team Racing looks to be an amazing recreation of one of the best Mario Kart competitors ever made.

Crash is back in the driver’s seat! Go fur-throttle with Crash Team Racing Nitro-Fueled, available June 21, 2019 on PlayStation 4, Xbox One and Nintendo Switch. pic.twitter.com/wJr2yMUXRz

— Crash Bandicoot (@CrashBandicoot) December 7, 2018

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CTR: Crash Team Racing is apparently set to be dashing back onto screens soon, according to a report from Eurogamer.

On the 2nd of December, the Crash Bandicoot PS4 Facebook page posted about the 6th of December, the same day as the Game Awards. Yesterday, the Facebook page also changed their header image to one of a certain check-patterned racing flag.

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Today, PlayStation Access Channel Manager Hollie Bennett posted a tweet showing two large, orange, furry dice along with a mysterious message card that read ‘Sliding into the Game Awards on 6/12… – Anonymous’.

So….uh….these just arrived at my house.
Any ideas? ?? pic.twitter.com/x0MRYihWvg

— Hollie Bennett (@HollieB) December 4, 2018

Eurogamer have reported that they ‘understand this tease to be the real deal’ and that Activision will officially announce a CTR remaster this week.

Crash Team Racing is a kart racing game that was developed by Naughty Dog and published by Sony exclusively for the original PlayStation. The game is the fourth installment in the Crash Bandicoot series and focuses on the story of Crash Bandicoot and friends racing against the extraterrestrial villain Nitros Oxide, who seeks to turn all of the planet into a parking lot.

Given how the Crash Bandicoot N.Sane Trilogy was originally released on the PlayStation before being ported to other platforms a year later, it wouldn’t be surprising if the Crash Team Racing remaster did the same thing.

The Game Awards are due to be broadcasted on the 6th of December at 5:30pm PST, 6:30pm MST, 7:30pm CST, and 8:30pm EST for America and 1:30am GMT on the 7th of December for the UK.

Source: Eurogamer.

Crash Team Racing Nitro-Fueled

Credit: Activision

Crash Team Racing Nitro-Fueled

Credit: Activision

Crash Team Racing Nitro Fueled

Credit: Activision

Crash Team Racing Nitro-Fueled

Credit: Activision

Crash Team Racing Nitro-Fueled

Credit: Activision

First came Crash Bandicoot N. Sane Trilogy, followed recently by the amazing Spyro Reignited Trilogy, and now we have yet another retro-inspired remake on our hands. Even though it feels like Activision is just mining our childhoods for gold at this point, I’m not complaining, because what we’re getting in return is just too damn good.

After much speculation and a strange furry delivery earlier this week, Activision has officially confirmed and announced a high definition reboot of Naughty Dog’s excellent PS1 go-karting romp. Dubbed Crash Team Racing Nitro-Fueled, this is essentially the CTR we know and love, only completely rebuilt from the ground up to take full advantage of modern hardware. It’s coming to PS4, Switch and Xbox One on June 21, 2019 for an MSRP of $39.99.

According to the press release, fans will be getting access to all the reimagined assets from the beloved PlayStation game, including every original racer, kart, track and arena. This even includes options like Battle Mode and the much-adored Adventure mode, something that took inspiration from Diddy Kong Racing at the time of its release. You’ll be able to experience all this content in both offline and online versus setups, though as of this writing, Activision hasn’t specifically mentioned if four-player split-screen will make a triumphant return. [EDIT: Trailer indeed shows 4-player split-screen]

Additionally, because it’s 2018 and publishers find it necessary to push out a dozen different versions of a game at launch (okay, it’s just one in this particular instance, but still), you’ll be able to buy the Nitros Oxide version of CTR Nitro-Fueled for $59.99. This self-proclaimed digital deluxe edition (barf) will unlock the Nitros Oxide racer on day one, along with his hovercraft kart and a bunch of space-themed skins for the rest of the CTR cast. If you don’t buy the Nitros Oxide version, then you’re out of luck and will have to earn Nitros Oxide the good old fashioned way--by beating a bunch of really difficult races. I mean, couldn’t we have gotten a cool plush or something instead? Maybe a working miniature go-kart? I don’t know. Seems like a missed opportunity.

Egregious special editions aside, I’m really looking forward to reliving this game with awesome graphics and a remastered soundtrack. The screenshots look great, and I think adding online play is a brilliant and practically mandatory move for such a remake. I played a ton of CTR back in the day, and I think if Beenox (who worked on SkylandersSuperchargers, a perfectly competent racing iteration) just follows in Toys For Bob’s remake footsteps, we’ll have a seriously solid racer on our hands, all over again, almost like it’s 1999.

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You can pre-order the game now, and in the meantime, check out the reveal trailer here: