Crash Team Rumble Set to Launch with Closed Beta and Pre-Orders

  • March 24, 2023

Crash Team Rumble release date set for June 20, with a closed beta scheduled from April 20-24.
The game introduces a four-versus-four team-based MOBA gameplay, featuring iconic characters from the Crash universe.
Standard and Deluxe Editions will be available on PS5, PS4, Xbox Series X/S, and Xbox One, with pricing at $29.99 and $39.99, respectively.
Leaked gameplay footage showcases characters, skills, in-game powers, and one of the MOBA's maps.
Crash Team Rumble takes the Crash Bandicoot franchise in a new direction, departing from its platformer roots and focusing on teamwork and strategy.


Activision and Toys For Bob have officially announced the release date for Crash Team Rumble, set to launch on June 20.

A closed beta will be held from April 20-24, with fans who pre-order the game given the opportunity to participate.

Gameplay and Features

Crash Team Rumble is a four-versus-four team-based MOBA where players must collect more Wumpa Fruit than their opponents while defending their own drop-off zone.

The game features iconic characters from the Crash universe, each with unique powers and abilities to be used strategically across three diverse maps.

During the closed beta, players will have access to five characters: Crash, Coco, Tawna, Neo Cortex, and Dingodile.

Toys For Bob’s co-studio head Paul Yan expressed enthusiasm for fans to experience Crash Team Rumble during the April Closed Beta.

He emphasized the importance of community feedback in refining the game to ensure a fantastic player experience upon its release.

Editions and Pricing

Crash Team Rumble will be available on PS5, PS4, Xbox Series X/S, and Xbox One.

The Standard Edition is priced at $29.99 and includes access to post-launch seasonal content, limited-time modes, and the Season 1 Battle Pass.

The Deluxe Edition, retailing for $39.99, offers 23 Battle Tiers unlocked during Season 1, the Season 2 Premium Battle Pass, and the Proto Pack, containing various cosmetics and items. The game supports cross-platform play.

The game focuses on teamwork and strategy, as players work together to collect and score the most Wumpa fruit, capture key gems to boost their score, and prevent the opposing team from scoring.

Leaked Gameplay Footage

Since the game’s announcement at The Game Awards 2022, gameplay footage has leaked online, showcasing a Crash Team Rumble match featuring several characters, their skills, in-game powers, and one of the MOBA’s maps.

A New Direction for Crash Bandicoot

Crash Team Rumble takes the iconic Crash Bandicoot franchise in a new and unexpected direction, pitting the series’ beloved heroes and villains against each other in team-based competition.

The game focuses on teamwork and strategy, as players work together to collect and score the most Wumpa fruit, capture key gems to boost their score, and prevent the opposing team from scoring.

The Legacy of Crash Bandicoot: A Brief Look Back

The Crash Bandicoot franchise has come a long way since its inception as a platformer game. 

The series initially gained popularity in the 1990s with its colorful and cartoony characters, challenging gameplay, and engaging storyline.

The latest installment, Crash Bandicoot 4: It’s About Time, received critical acclaim for its fresh character designs and time-travel plotline, continuing from Crash Bandicoot 3: Warped and adding interdimensional changes to the mix.

Crash Team Rumble marks a significant departure from the franchise’s platformer roots, introducing a team-based MOBA style of gameplay.

This new direction offers fans of the series a chance to experience their favorite characters in a different setting while engaging in strategic and cooperative gameplay.

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