Crash Bandicoot N. Sane Trilogy is scheduled to launch worldwide tomorrow, June 30, on PS4 where everyone assumes it will stay as an exclusive title. But according to a Hungarian game retailer, it appears the three-game collection will also get an Xbox One release later this year. currently has the title listed for pre-order on the site with a December 8, 2017, release date. A screenshot of the product listing was first posted on Reddit by user NumbaN9na. The product listing suggests that N. Sane Trilogy won't be a PS4 exclusive after all.

If this turns out to be true and N. Sane Trilogy eventually makes its way to Xbox One, it will serve as Crash Bandicoot's debut on the eighth-gen Microsoft console. The last time a Crash Bandicoot title appeared on an Xbox console was Crash: Mind over Mutant, which released on Xbox 360 in 2008.

Crash Bandicoot N. Sane Trilogy contains the remastered versions of the first three entries in the series: Crash Bandicoot, Crash Bandicoot 2: Cortex Strikes Back, and Crash Bandicoot: Warped. All three titles were PlayStation exclusive titles, developed by Uncharted and The Last of Us developer Naughty Dog.

Crash Team Racing, the Mario Kart-like spin-off was also developed by Naught Dog before the studio turned over the series to different developers. CTR was also a PlayStation exclusive title. 2000's Crash Bash, developed by Eurocom, was the last Crash Bandicoot title exclusive on a Sony console.

Crash Bandicoot: The Wrath of Cortex by developer Traveller's Tales marked the first time the series was made available on non-Sony platforms when it later released on Xbox and GameCube in 2002. Since then, Crash Bandicoot titles have appeared on numerous other platforms, which includes the Nintendo DS, Sony PSP, and Nintendo Wii.

Until publisher Activision or developer Vicarious Visions makes any official announcement about an Xbox One release of N. Sane Trilogy, we'll just have to continue believing that it will be a PS4 exclusive title. Both parties have not yet commented on the potential leak.