Report: Crash Bandicoot N. Sane Trilogy May Be Getting Downloadable Content

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We’re just about a week away from the debut of Crash Bandicoot on the PlayStation 4, with the debut of Activision’s N. Sane Trilogy, which includes the three classic PlayStation games remastered for Sony’s latest console. But it sounds like we could be getting more than we bargained for, based on a list of Trophies for the game.

The list was revealed by the team at Exophase, and, along with the usual rundown of unlockable goodies, there are actually a couple of Trophies reserved for a DLC pack that’s being called Lost Treasures. We haven’t heard about this before, but you can check out the full list below:

  • The N. Trepie Crash Bandicoot! (Platinum)
  • Papu Popped (Bronze)
  • Ripper Ruined (Bronze)
  • Koala Konked (Silver)
  • Pinstripe Patooey (Silver)
  • Nitrus Broken (Gold)
  • Cortex N. Capacitated (Gold)
  • Spin Doctor (Bronze)
  • I Meant To Do That! (Bronze)
  • That's What We Do! (Bronze)
  • A Hidden Gem (Silver)
  • Cortex’s Crazed Contest (Silver)
  • Cortex’s Terrifying Trial (Silver)
  • More Gems Are Better Than None (Gold)
  • The Ultimate Gem Path (Gold)
  • Catch Me If You Can! (Bronze)
  • Could Go…All…The…Way! (Silver)
  • Practice Makes Perfect! (Gold)
  • Feeed Meeeee! (Bronze)
  • I See London, I See France (Silver)
  • The Box That Broke The Bandicoot’s Back (Bronze)
  • No Holds Barred (Gold)
  • On Cloud 99 (Gold)

Lost Treasures DLC Trophies

  • The Crown Jewel (Silver)
  • An Ancient Antiquity (Gold)

Now, the two Trophies don’t say much, but the descriptions give us a hint of what to expect. The Crown Jewel Trophy description goes, “Seek and destroy.” This could indicate that Crash Team Racing could be added to the collection via DLC, although that’s not confirmed yet.

As for the other Trophy, An Ancient Antiquity, it simply reads, “Do hard time.” That’s a bit more vague, but it could possibly hint at a remastered Crash Bash coming as well, which was a party game released for the PlayStation.

Again, neither of these games are confirmed, but there’s a good possibility we’ll see something added following the release of N. Sane Trilogy. We’ll find out soon enough.

Crash Bandicoot N. Sane Trilogy will release on June 30th for PlayStation 4.