Earlier this month, the version of Crash Bandicoot 4: It’s About Time was released for the PS5, Xbox Series, and Switch. The new installment of the industry’s most popular marsupial debuted on next-gen consoles with graphical improvements in both performance and fps. Only the PC version was missing, which recently confirmed its date and came out in the computer version and now a mandatory requirement to enjoy the platform game has been discovered.
As reported by DSOGaming, Crash Bandicoot 4 forces us to be permanently connected to the Internet in order to play. The title is for one player and does not have online multiplayer, so this addition that users have to be online is surprising.
This decision may be a problem for some PC gamers, but there is currently no other option. In fact, the game will not let us continue the game if we lose the connection. Activision has probably taken this measure to prevent the video game from being hacked, but it can be annoying. The normal thing is to be connected to the Internet on the computer, but there may be situations in which we can not do it.
According to the information, being a game that works and is linked to the Battle.net launcher, Crash Bandicoot 4: It’s About Time requires a permanent connection , as has happened with recent Activision games, despite not having a online mode.
This decision is not understood since Crash 4 is a singleplayer game and does not have any kind of online component to be connected to the Battle.net server. The marsupial returns with a new installment loaded with new levels, powers and bosses to defeat linked to an unpublished story.