The Cinematic trailer of Crash Bandicoot 4: It’s About Time, some time ago was immediately flooded with positive responses from gamers because the formula presented by this one game did indeed take inspiration from the 3 main series previously developed by Naughty Dog.
But it becoming debate because the issue of the price is quite expensive for an action platform game. How it comes? for the Playstation Store, and Microsoft Store this game is priced at $59.99 which incidentally is more expensive than the price of The Last of Us Part II and AAA games in general.
However, a Crash Bandicoot 4 leak obtained from a GameStop email leak, said that Crash Bandicoot 4: It’s About Time will present more than 100 levels that we can play later.
THAT $60 PRICETAG MAKES ALL THE MORE SENSE NOW, DANG
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— Broski (@BroskiBae) June 26, 2020
In comparison with the original Crash Bandicoot has 35 levels consisting of 3 islands, Crash Bandicoot 2 has 30 levels including the boss arena and secret warp room, while Crash Bandicoot: Warped has 32 levels, so when combined the entire content presented in Crash Bandicoot N Sane Trilogy has a total of more than 100 levels.
This step seems to be copied by Toys for Bob through Crash Bandicoot 4: It’s About Time. Therefore, the price for it is also made more expensive because, in addition to being a new game that was built from scratch instead of a remastered / remake game, this game also offers a lot of content.
Activision does not want to waste the opportunity to implement microtransaction in-game purchases on Crash Bandicoot 4: It’s About Time.
The reason is if you try to visit the store page on the Microsoft Store, there is a piece of information that this game offers “in-app purchases” which indicate that Activision will implement the microtransaction business model as they have done on the Nitro-Fueled Crash Team Racing every few months. after the game is released.
Of course, this news becomes news less, especially for gamers who hate business models like this, because most of the games that contain microtransaction in it are often exploited solely to get more profit.
Until now it was still unclear what content would be part of this microtransaction. Is it possible for just cosmetics, such as skins for Coco and Crash and other complementary items or even up to the playable character and stage level as well? considering according to rumours, this game will present more than 100 level stages that we can play later.
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