Crash Team Rumble Gameplay Footage Surfaces Online

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And It Looks Very Intriguing!

Crash Team Rumble is an upcoming 4v4 online multiplayer battle arena game developed by Toys for Bob and published by Activision for the PS5, PS5, Xbox One, and the Xbox Series X|S. It is the third installment in the party genre of the Crash Bandicoot series.

Crash Team Rumble was revealed at The Game Awards 2022 after being teased massively before that, and fans of Crash Bandicoot have been excited since.

Although there hasn’t been much information released about the game, it appears we have got our hands on some since a Twitter user going by the name Fake Crash recently shared gameplay footage of Crash Team Rumble.

The gameplay footage is very intriguing, and it appears that it will make up for great fun with friends. However, it must be noted that this might not be the game’s final version. However, we can still expect a great experience from the upcoming Crash Bandicoot game, judging by how well the previous installments in the series performed.

Additionally, the game is scheduled to be released somewhere in 2023. There has not been an official exact release date for the game. However, there have been rumors of an April release, which many people dismissed in the past because the game was only announced in December. However, now that we have gameplay footage, an April release may not be too far off for the game.

We are excited and looking forward to Crash Team Rumble. This is the limited information we have for now, but we will be looking for more news regarding Crash Team Rumble in the future.

On that note, what do you think about the recently leaked gameplay footage of Crash Team Rumble? Let us know in the comment section.

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