Crash Bandicoot Wumpa League has been teased multiple times by Activision, but there is yet to be an announcement regarding it. Fans have been speculating for months over what the game might be, and we are still unsure what the final thing will be. However, a new leak gives us an idea of what the original roadmap for this title was.
Crash Bandicoot 4 was developed by Toys for Bob, which also handled the Spyro Reignited Trilogy. If anyone is working on whatever Wumpa League is, there is a good chance it’s the same developer.
Crash Bandicoot Wumpa League Roadmap leaked
Twitter user @kingdom_finder has leaked the supposed roadmap for Wumpa League, and you check out the image below.
Based on this, the game was scheduled to come out on PlayStation and Xbox consoles this month, but we didn’t get any information leading up to this supposed launch. Now, given the state of the world, and gaming industry, it’s obvious that the project was delayed. That’s the reasonable assumption with everything going, but there is a chance that the project was scrapped entirely.
Considering we never got an official announcement, the project doesn’t exist, at least for the public eye. This roadmap does give us some insight into what the game is, however. Gameplay elements like loots with multiple maps and multiple heroes, one can assume that this is some third-person shooter or combat title. It might just be a battle-royale set in the Crash universe.
Now, there is a chance that some outlets and creators might even have access to the title, but at the moment, there haven’t been any leaks on that front either.
After the critical success of Crash 4 and Crash Team Racing, we really hope to see more of the series. 2022 is packed with a bunch of releases that were scheduled to come out in 2021. The Game Awards 2021 is coming in December, and that could be a potential avenue for the announcement.
What do you make of this roadmap leak? Do you think the game is still in development? What do you think the game is? We’d love to hear your thoughts in the comments below.