Crash Team Rumble release date rumours, gameplay, more

Crash Bandicoot is back with a new team-based experience. Here’s the Crash Team Rumble release date, as well as the latest gameplay

Crash Team Rumble Release Date: Crash Bandicoot shocked in Crash Team Rumble reveal trailer

It’s the return of our favourite mascot, Crash Bandicoot, as he returns with the Crash Team Rumble release date. We’re all happy to see the one and only mascot marsupial come back for another game, and this time, it’s looking to be something different.

Announced at The Game Awards 2022, Crash Team Rumble isn’t your standard Crash Bandicoot affair, rather it’s a team-based experience for friends, family, and strangers alike to play with and against each other online. Here’s everything you need to know about Crash Team Rumble.

Crash Team Rumble release date rumours

Crash Team Rumble currently has a release window of 2023, and is set to release on PS4, PS5, Xbox One, and Xbox Series X|S. We don’t have any assumptions based on this window, as details surrounding the game are fairly sparse.

Since it’s only had one trailer so far, we’re waiting on more information. It’s also unclear as to whether the game will be released on PC or Nintendo Switch at some point, like previous Crash games. We’ll be sure to update this article when more news arrives.

Crash Team Rumble gameplay

Crash Team Rumble is a team-based 4v4 online multiplayer game, where two teams use Crash and co.’s unique abilities, as well as a bunch of other items, to fight it out in small arenas inspired by the series.

The only footage of gameplay we currently have available is from The Game Awards reveal trailer for Crash Team Rumble, you can find this trailer below:

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There’s not much information regarding the game from the reveal trailer, however, there’s likely going to be more details revealed about the game in 2023, including an official release date.

That’s everything we know about the Crash Team Rumble release date, as well as the latest gameplay details. While you wait for Crash’s new spin on the series (mind the pun), why not check out the best PlayStation 5 games or the best Xbox Series X games to pass the time.