For the past few months, rumors have persisted that a spin-off called Crash Bandicoot: Wumpa League could be unveiled in December. Now the first unconfirmed gameplay details and game scenes from the prototype phase reached us.
Rumors have been circulating for the past few months that the creators of Crash Bandicoot 4: It’s About Time at Toys for Bob may be working on a spin-off called Wumpa League.
Aside from the fact that Wumpa League is supposed to be a multiplayer project, the rumor mill hasn’t been able to glean too many details so far. The video game historian Liam Robertson, who dedicated a newly released video “Crash Bandicoot: Wumpa League” provides new topics of conversation these days.
According to Robertson, we’re dealing with a multiplayer brawler in which two teams, each consisting of two players, compete against each other. The same engine is used as the technical framework on which “Crash Bandicoot 4” was already implemented.
Familiar characters, upgrades and more
Robertson also reports that the character roster will be composed of well-known heroes from the “Crash Bandicoot” franchise and completely newcomers, who can be freely directed through the large levels. The special features of the levels should include the fact that each of the arenas has its own setting and various dangers that can make your life difficult. Including, for example, toxic waste that spreads and forces you to go to higher levels and get to safety on them.
The video also talks about gliders and cosmetic extras that can be improved and upgraded in an unspecified form. If Robertson’s information is correct, then “Wumpa League” has been in development for several years and was originally supposed to be released no later than a year after “Crash Bandicoot 4”. A project that, as is well known, came to nothing.
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The video published by Robertson is rounded off by game scenes that are said to come from the prototype phase of the spin-off. As recently hinted, Crash Bandicoot Wumpa League could be announced at The Game Awards 2022 on December 8th, 2022.
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