Crash Bandicoot 4: It’s About Time is pretty pricey, but it sounds like its sticker tag will be justified by the inclusion of a whopping 100 stages. For the sake of comparison, the entire N. Sane Trilogy has around 97 levels, and those are divided between three full-length games. It’s unclear what the scope of the new title’s stages will be, but it sounds like this is going to be a meaty sequel.

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That’s if the information is accurate, of course. The level number comes courtesy of a marketing email from GameStop, and it’s unclear whether it has insider information from Activision or not. We’ll reach out to the publisher to try and get clarification, and we’ll update the article if we hear anything back.