It’s been a long-ass time coming, but the highly acclaimed Crash Bandicoot N. Sane Trilogy is – at long, long last – spin dashing its way off the PS4 and onto all other platforms this coming July. You. Bloody. Beauty.

FKN FINALLY: The ‘Crash Bandicoot’ Remake Will Hit Xbox, Switch & PC In July

The N. Sane Trilogy – a ground-up HD remake of the Crash Bandicoot games – was released as an exclusive for the PlayStation 4 last June to rave critical reviews and staggering sales numbers.

Players stuck with other consoles have long been wondering (and in the case of a certain someone writing this article, Googling for updates almost daily) when or even if the game would ever be ported across to other consoles.

That long wait is finally over.

Activision confirmed a short time ago that the N. Sane Trilogyhaving served out its exclusivity period with Sony, will now officially arrive on all other major platforms this July.

That’s Xbox OneNintendo Switch, and Steam. All of them copping the gloriously infuriating game come July 10th. Holy hell.

The collection features all three original Crash platformers – Crash BandicootCrash Bandicoot: Cortex Strikes Backand Crash Bandicoot: Warped all of which were originally released the PlayStation 1, and all of which have never been available on non-Sony platforms prior to this release.

The N. Sane Trilogy release on PS4 also included additional DLC featuring previously unreleased and notoriously fucked-up difficult levels. At this time there is no word on whether those will be extended to these new ports.

It’s happening, friends! It’s finally bloody happening!