"According to Thomas Wilson, creative director at Beenox, the team's main goal was authenticity. As such, you can expect a game that delivers a similar experience to the original.
Back in 1999, Crash Team Racing featured five game modes: Adventure, Time Trial, Arcade, Versus and Battle. These should be making a return with some minor adjustments, one being the inclusion of online multiplayer. In Wilson's words, "Playing split screen is a lot of fun, but racing online is awesome!" After all, what good is a remaster if the experience isn't modernized a bit. And if online multiplayer isn't your thing, you'll be happy to know that it still offers 4-player split screen.
On top of that, Crash Team Racing Nitro-Fueled will still retain its traditional kart racing feel. From a few official screenshots that have already been released, it looks like crates are making a return, meaning that you'll be able to access a variety of power-ups and weapons to give you an advantage while on the track. Beenox teases that even more has been added to the experience like new karts and tracks, but the studio isn't revealing everything just yet."
Daniel Bloodworth from the Easy Allies recently got to play the new remake of this classic kart racer and shares his impressions with Kyle Bosman.(below)
Meanwhile, I'm still over here having a hard time finishing the Crash Banidcoot N'Sane Trilogy..😅
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