A couple of concealed purchasing options on the #Official Website of “#Crash Bandicoot N. Sane Trilogy” fueled the speculation that the game is releasing on #Xbox One platform. There have been several reports claiming to be pieces of evidence pointing to the launch of the remaster on the Microsoft console.

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On the official website [VIDEO] of “Crash Bandicoot N. Sane Trilogy,” several fans have discovered that on the site’s Buy Now section, there is an option that provides a selection for the country where the buyer opt to purchase the game. If the option Display Hidden Content Box is selected in the browser settings, there are a couple of extra choices that players can choose from.

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The first option asks players for a choice of platforms aside from PlayStation 4. According to speculations, this indirectly suggests that the Microsoft console is an option to choose from. On the other hand, the second option provides choices between the standard and the apparently deluxe edition of the game. These two hidden buying options only fueled the previous speculations about the game. If the latest claim is to be believed, it will only be a matter of time that Xbox One users will also get the chance to get their hands on the popular and successful remaster title.

Previous proofs

This latest claim about the game releasing on Xbox One is not really new. In the past months, there were several proofs showed online about the possibility of the game releasing on the Microsoft console.

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Just a few weeks ago, a Hungarian retailer, SuperGamer, listed the remaster on its official website [VIDEO] with a release date on Xbox One. Aside from that, Kara Zisa, one of the artists of Vicarious Visions also uploaded several artworks of the game signifying that UI work was made for the controls of the heavily speculated console.

Currently, the game is exclusive only to PlayStation 4 users. Even though it is only playable on a single platform, the game has ranked first in four out of five consecutive weeks since it was released last month. It was almost bested by “Splatoon 2” a couple of weeks ago but the remaster remain the top game in the UK.

Business-wise, releasing the fan-favorite remaster title on other platforms will most likely generate higher sales for the company. Xbox One users will most certainly purchase the game given the success it has achieved in the gaming market so far. These are all just speculations until Vicarious Visions confirmation. “Crash Bandicoot N. Sane Trilogy” is currently exclusively available on PlayStation 4.