Crash Bandicoot is returning to the track in Crash Team Racing Nitro-Fueled, which is scheduled to release next summer. This digital deluxe version of the game will include Nitros Oxide as a playable racer immediately, with players of the regular edition having to unlock the character and his kart through hard challenges in the Adventure Mode.
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There's a brief moment within the footage that showcased Crash behind the wheel of several different karts; a feature that was not present in the original title. Other Crash racing games released for multiple platforms afterward, but this marks the first time since 2010's Crash Nitro Kart 2 for mobile that we've seen the mascot hit the open road.
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. We'll add it here when it appears. A standard version will be $39.99, while the Nitros Oxide Edition will be $59.99. It also comes with a Nitros character skin and kart, as well as character skins for Crash, Coco, and Neo Cortex, plus "additional digital content to be announced later".