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Trailer: Time to Crash the party, as Crash Team Rumble arrives

The latest Crash Bandicoot game is bringing its own twist on sports to fans this week. Toys for Bob’s Crash Team Rumble is out now on consoles.

Let’s Rumble

In Crash Team Rumble, fans can play from a roster of friends and frenemies from the Crash universe, each of which falls into one of the three roles – Blocker, Booster, or Scorer. Teams strategically utilize the different roles to work together to be the first team to drop-off the most Wumpa fruit to their Wumpa bank, while simultaneously preventing the opposing team from scoring. Unique Relic Powers bring an additional strategic element to the game, which squadmates can use to gain the upper hand when scoring, leading their team to victory. Crash Team Rumble features cross-platform play*, allowing players across multiple consoles to squad up and jump into the competition.

Activision press release

Along with the base title, which is out now for Xbox and PlayStation platforms, fans can alternately opt for the Deluxe Edition of the game. That includes the title itself, plus “plus 25 Premium Battle Pass Tiers Instantly Unlocked during Season 1, the Season 2 Premium Battle Pass**, and the digital “Proto Pack” which includes a host of customization options for each hero and villain at launch and other items”. So there’s quite a bit more packed into the Deluxe for Crash mega-fans.

*Cross-platform play available among PlayStation 5, PlayStation 4, Xbox Series X/S and Xbox One.

**Premium Battle Pass and Tier Skips will be accessible in Crash Team Rumble™ once the Season 1 Battle Pass, or equivalent system, is made available in-game. Limited time only. Season 1 Premium Battle Pass (or equivalent version) and Tier Skips must be redeemed by [September 11, 2023]. Season 2 Premium Battle Pass (or equivalent version) must be redeemed by [December 3, 2023]

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Jason's been knee deep in videogames since he was but a lad. Cutting his teeth on the pixely glory that was the Atari 2600, he's been hack'n'slashing and shoot'em'uping ever since. Mainly an FPS and action guy, Jason enjoys the occasional well crafted title from every genre.

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