One-time PlayStation mascot Crash Bandicoot will be bonking baddies on the head in a another adventure next year, says the Spring 2018 issue of the Licensing Source Book Europe.

According to the piece, the recent Crash Bandicoot N.Sane Trilogy will be coming to the PC and Switch due to its huge success on PS4, and will be followed by 'another game in 2019,' wrote Max Arguile, GB Eye's licensing manager. 

If that wasn't enough to make you wolf down a wumpa fruit in excitement, Arguile goes on to claim in the publication that Activision 'has a five-year plan' for the platforming hero, so presumably that means we'll be seeing plenty more from the crate-bashing marsupial going forward. 

What isn't clear right now is whether or not the next Crash Bandicoot project will be a brand new outing or another remaster. After all, we already know that Vicarious Visions, who handled the N.Sane Trilogy, has previously hinted that the platforming bundle could lead to other things. Here's hoping. 

Still, it's good news for Crash Bandicoot fans nonetheless, as we haven't seen a brand new outing in the franchise (at least in terms of the mainline games) since 2008's Mind over Mutant. 

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