'Crash Bandicoot: On the Run!' season 2 is here with more running, crashing

Crash Bandicoot On the run
Crash Bandicoot On the run (Image credit: King)

What you need to know

  • Crash Bandicoot: On the Run! season 2 is now available for download from the App Store.
  • The new update brings new rewards, bosses, and more.

Fans of Crash Bandicoot: On the Run! rejoice! Season 2 of the popular endless runner is now available for download from the App Store.

This new update promises to bring a lot to the table including new bosses, new skins to collect, and much more. There's even a new survival run according to the app's release notes.

  • Introducing Season 2: Running Outta Time! New rewards, new bosses, 19 new time-themed skins to collect
  • Avoid the Noid! We're starting off the Seasonal Gangs with N-Tropy, Fake Coco, Tiny Tiger, and The Noid
  • New Survival Run: Dino Might
  • Unlock the Beach Jungle and all its secrets!

Think fast to keep Crash and Coco running, jumping, spinning and smashing in lanes loaded with obstacles. Speed through mysterious lands, defeating the henchmen of Doctor Neo Cortex.

The updated Crash Bandicoot: On the Run! is available for download now and it remains free with in-app purchases available. Anyone who is a fan of the Crash games on console could absolutely do worse than spend a few minutes with this.

After all, who doesn't love a bit of Crash Bandicoot?

Oliver Haslam

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