According to Krome Studios, Ty the Tasmanian Tiger 4 will triumphantly return on the Nintendo Switch. The boomerang-throwing marsupial mascot's fans have recently been treated well with remastered versions of older Ty games. Soon, they'll be able to add the fourth mainstream title to that list with a polished re-release dubbed Ty the Tasmanian Tiger 4: Bush Rescue Returns. \n \nIn the series, Ty the Tasmanian Tiger 4 stands out for a few crucial reasons. Released ten years after Ty 3 in 2015, it abandoned the 3D gameplay that made the series famous in favor of side-scrolling 2D gameplay more akin to the Game Boy Advance versions of earlier titles. Additionally, the only installment not to be released for consoles was the original game, which was only available on PC. However, that will soon change with the impending remaster. \n \nIn Ty the Tasmanian Tiger 4: Bush Rescue Returns, players can run, jump, and boomerang through 40 levels spread out across the series' magnificent Australian Outback, according to Krome's release. They will also be able to gather over 20 exclusive skins for Ty and his other members of the Bush Rescue team, as well as unlock 11 various varieties of boomerangs. In addition, different game modes, including Adventure, Time Attack, Turkey Chase, and Danger Arena, will be available. \n \nIn addition, Bush Rescue Returns will add various elements to the main game, such as English voiceovers, remastered cutscenes, a combination of remastered and brand-new audio tracks, and in-game text options for English, French, German, Spanish, Italian, and Japanese. \n \nAs this week is the 20th anniversary of the release of the original Ty the Tasmanian Tiger, the news of the Ty 4 remaster couldn't have arrived at a better time. Numerous fans are excited to play a brand-new installment in the series because older games still receive upgrades. In addition, the franchise's creator has said that a Ty the Tasmanian Tiger 5 is conceivable, although it would require a far higher budget than the previous installments.