Toys for Bob, the studio behind Spyro Reignited Trilogy and now the newest Crash Bandicoot have a easy message for you: there aren’t any microtransactions in Crash Bandicoot 4. A retailer itemizing for the sport hinted that it might have “in-game purchases” – and the questionable rollout of actual cash foreign money in Crash Team Racing has left followers skittish – however the devs insist there’s no purpose to fret.
“We’re seeing confusion about MTX in Crash Bandicoot 4,” Toys for Bob says on Twitter, “and want to be crystal clear: There are NO MICROTRANSACTIONS in Crash 4. As a bonus, the Totally Tubular skins are included in all digital versions of the game.” Those skins supply up retro-style appears for Crash and Coco, and appeared to be hinting that the sport would characteristic purchasable skins.
This assertion comes after quite a lot of gamers seen that the Crash Four itemizing on the Microsoft Store contains the warning that the sport “offers in-app purchases”. Unfortunately, that label has come to be a generic catch-all for video games which supply any extra content material, together with DLC – The Witcher 3, for instance, has the identical warning.
There’s a further caveat right here – the Activision-published Crash Team Racing controversially received in-game purchases a month after launch. In that case, nevertheless, the devs didn’t make an express public assertion confirming there can be no microtransactions.
We’re seeing confusion about #MTX in @CrashBandicoot Four and need to be 💎 clear: There are NO MICROTRANSACTIONS in #Crash4. As a bonus, the Totally Tubular skins are included in all digital variations of the sport.
— Toys For Bob (@ToysForBob) June 30, 2020
Crash Four is coming solely to consoles at launch, however when requested a few PC model, Activision instructed us it’s “evaluating additional platforms”. There are loads of platform video games so that you can take a look at within the meantime.