Crash Bandicoot 4: It's About Time will be available for personal computers through Steam. We have been aware of this for some time. Still, we did not know the specific date that it would be released on Steam, the digital distribution platform owned and operated by Valve, till a few days ago, when YouTuber Candian Guy Eh got a pizza with a receipt that stated: Crash Bandicoot 4: It's About Time is approaching To Steam October 18. \n \nAfter a few days, that slated release was officially announced on Steam. A launch date that reads "one week from now" is located directly underneath the highly regarded video game description. Unfortunately, Steam users cannot pre-purchase the game, but they can add it to their wishlist to be notified as soon as it is made available on October 18. \n \nWhen it was first released in 2020, Crash Bandicoot 4 did, in fact, garner a lot of positive reviews from gaming critics. It's About Time features a fan-favorite character from the 1990s that experienced a renaissance with the publication of the N. Sane Trilogy. Toys developed the game for Bob, the same team that ported the N. Sane Trilogy games to the Switch platform. \n \nIn Crash 4, the protagonist, a bandicoot named Crash, travels through multiversal portals on a mission to stop the criminal Doctors Neo Cortex and Nefarious Tropy from conquering all realities. A punk version of Tawna, who most assuredly does not require rescuing this Time around, is one of the returning characters. Other returning characters include the enormous Dingodile and the helpful Aku Aku. \n \nAnd we won't have seen the last of the time-traveling bandicoot just yet. The same pizza box that revealed the release date of Crash 4 on Steam also contained a teaser that may or may not have provided a sneak peek at the next Crash game.