PlayStation Blog: Crash Team Racing: Nitro Fueled will be playable at PAX East 2019 (PlayStation Booth)

Finally, there’s news about the bandicoot coming to PAX East 2019 and it’s real exciting. Sony has just announced their own lineup of playable games at the PlayStation Booth for the convention going from March 28 – 31, 2019 in Boston, MA (United States) and it includes Crash Team Racing: Nitro Fueled in a kart racing extravaganza to win against 7 other players to win the trophy prize. You will have to use the PlayStation App in order to reserve your session ahead of time, so watch out for that.

PlayStation delivers its most dynamic booth ever with 5000 square feet of PlayStation fun and entertainment for fans at PAX East 2019! The booth is a virtual wonderland of games and fun that is an event unto itself — you could easily spend the entire show enjoying everything it has to offer with 27 different game titles on over 80 game stations.

Crash Bandicoot races to PS4 in Crash Team Racing: Nitro Fueled! Race against seven other players for a chance to win exclusive prizes and the right to stand on the winner’s podium for your selfie with the ultimate Crash trophy. This is sure to be super popular, so it, too, will involve the PlayStation App to reserve your space.

It is now also a sure thing that we will be seeing brand new gameplay footage at the event or during the week, so, stay tuned.

Source(s): PlayStation Blog

In other findings: The earliest example of the title screen for Crash Team Racing: Nitro-Fueled has been found at the new Vicarious Visions HQ


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