Crash Bandicoot is an icon of video games since the veteran PlayStation One, console in which I was born by Naughty Dog. The marsupial has had a somewhat irregular path since Activision acquired the license, although currently enjoys an enviable state of health thanks to Crash Bandicoot 4: It’s About Time, direct sequel to the original trilogue of PlayStation, Y Crash Bandicoot N. Sane Trilogy, which contains all three classics in one high-quality remastered compilation.
Lou Studdert, creative producer at Toys for Bob, is still hopeful that Crash appear sometime in Super Smash Bros. Ultimate. As you well know, the game of Nintendo Switch it’s all one ode and celebration to the most iconic characters in the video game industry and as such, Crash deserved to appear in l. Ultimate has characters from all kinds of franchises typical of Nintendo and from other companies. Of all the games that make up its saga, it is the one that has a Largest selection of playable characters: a total of 86 that are on the rise thanks to paid Fighters Pass.
Lou Studdert wants Crash Bandicoot to make it to Super Smash Bros. Ultimate, even though he can’t make up his mind
The incorporation of Crash on Super Smash Bros. Ultimate It has been desired by its fans since the announcement of the video game. The enthusiasm is shared by Lou Studdert, who has offered his opinion on the matter in a recent interview. According to him, we all dream of the day when Crash officially announce yourself for Ultimate So what If he had some kind of influence on the decision, he would be happy to give the green light to the initiative. However, he is very insistent on this last point; the decision whether or not to bring Crash to Super Smash Bros. it is not your responsibility and it is completely out of your hands and out of your control.
The saga Super Smash Bros. It has previously incorporated characters in high demand by the gaming community. Examples there are quite a few: Joker, from Person 5; Steve, from Minecraft; Solid Snake, from Metal Gear Solid O Cloud, from Final Fantasy VII. While the popularity of Crash may not be equivalent to that of other characters, his current good health and the release of his games to Nintendo Switch could be indications that the appearance of the character in Super Smash Bros. Ultimate it would be closer than ever.
The statements of Studdert they should not be taken under any circumstances as an official confirmation. In any case, fans are grateful for the support, enthusiasm and interest shown by the producer. Are you looking forward to Crash joining the long list of Smash characters or would you rather have a different character added?