Activision News Update: 'Crash Bandicoot N. Sane Trilogy Release, Price Confirmed; Call of Duty 2017 Setting Still On Debate [VIDEO]

Activision recently confirmed that "Crash Bandicoot N. Sane Trilogy" will be launched on June 30. Meanwhile, the well-known video game publisher and Sledgehammer are still in debate for "Call of Duty 2017" setting.

According to Daily Star, "Crash Bandicoot N. Sane Trilogy" was announced to arrive exclusively for PlayStation 4 on June 30. Activision even detailed that the remaster will be offering recreated lighting and animations and newly-recreated cinematics. It was also worth mentioning that "Crash Bandicoot N. Sane Trilogy will have support for PS4 Pro.

Aside from that, it was also revealed that the forthcoming game from Activision is tagged £34.99. It was an inexpensive price since the remastered include Crash Bandicoot, Crash Bandicoot 2: Cortex Strikes Back, and Crash Bandicoot: Warped.

Furthermore, Daily Express has noted that the "Call of Duty 2017" game has yet to be released by Activision and its possible setting is still in debate. It was noted that Bulkhead Interactive which was a British development team, have revealed its own opinion that the forthcoming video game will be set in World War 2.

Joe Brammer, Executive Producer of Bulkhead has stated that in mid-2014, a "Call of Duty" level designer was visiting Berlin. The stylist was also taking numerous photos of different prominent WW2 structures. Within a month or two of roaming around Berlin, the very same designer has posted on Twitter that he had 'Been Playing a lot of COD1 (Not Modern Warfare).

This scenario has been remarkable to Bulkhead as the studio wonders if Activision is doing a "Halo: Master Chief Collection" style remaster. Bulkhead was interested with the development of "Call of Duty 2017" as it needs to watch the competitor. It can be remembered that WW2 title "Battalion 1944" will be launched in May this year.

For Activision fans, the "Crash Bandicoot N. Sane Trilogy" will become accessible on June 30 tagged at £34.99. Meanwhile, it is recommended to keep an eye for further details about "Call of Duty 2017."

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