If you cast your mind back to mid-2020, when we were still in the initial throes of global lockdowns, you’ll remember popular mobile game maker King announcing Crash Bandicoot: On The Run, an endless runner in the vein of Temple Run and many others.
Nine months down the road, you’d be forgiven for totally forgetting everything about Crash Bandicoot’s mobile title, but King hasn’t, and we’ve finally got a release date for the game: March 25.
Pre-registration has been open for a while (Android | iOS), so you can already sign up for the game, and that’ll ensure the title is available on your mobile when the game releases.
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