Now, in the latest development, an individual who took a closer look at the game's INI file has reportedly uncovered a Nintendo Switch profile hidden within Crash 4. This was first shared over on YouTube by Canadian Guy Eh.
Although this could potentially be "leftover" Unreal code, multiple times throughout - the phrase "Copied from Falcon" pops up. This was the project name for Spyro Reignited Trilogy and suggests Toys for Bob could have "borrowed" some code from the base game of Spyro for the Crash 4 Switch port.
If this is the case, here's how the game could potentially run on the Nintendo Switch:
"It seems that Toys for Bob will be targeting 720p docked and portable with a dynamic resolution, understandable for Switch. We can also expect most-likely a 30fps target as well - just like Spyro."
Can you see Crash Bandicoot 4 making its way across to the Nintendo Switch eventually? Tell us below.