How many levels are there in Crash Bandicoot 4 It’s About Time?

Crash Bandicoot 4 It’s About Time is out now, and this guide will tell you exactly how many levels there are.

In short, there are over 100, but it’s far more complicated than that. Here’s a breakdown of levels by type:

  • Regular levels: 38
  • Boss levels: 5
  • N Verted levels: 43 (one for each of the above)
  • Flashback levels: 21
  • Tawna, Dingodile and Neo Cortex levels: 10+

In reality, you’ll just need to beat 43 levels to “finish” the game — that’s the 38 regular levels alongside the 5 boss ones. Each of the non-boss levels has six gems to collect — for collecting crates/Wumpas, scarcely dying and finding a hidden gem — so there’s a lot of opportunity for replayability.

There’s also the ability to play through a level in time trial mode, which is slightly different than a regular run. You’ll have one life to complete it, and dying resets your progress.

Crash Bandicoot 4 level names

If you’re interested, level names are as follows:

  1. Rude Awakening
  2. N.Sanity Peak
  3. A Real Grind
  4. Crash Compactor
  5. Hit The Road
  6. Truck Stopped
  7. Stage Dive [Boss]
  8. Booty Calls
  9. Thar He Blows!
  10. Hook, Line, And Sinker
  11. Jetboard Jetty
  12. Give It a Spin
  13. Potion Commotion
  14. Draggin’ On
  15. Off-Balance
  16. Trouble Brewing [Boss]
  17. Off Beat
  18. Home Cookin’
  19. Run It Bayou
  20. No Dillo Dallying
  21. Snow Way Out
  22. Ship Happens
  23. Stay Frosty
  24. Bears Repeating
  25. Building Bridges
  26. 4th Time’s A Charm [Boss]
  27. Blast To The Past
  28. Fossil Fueled
  29. Dino Dash
  30. Rock Blocked
  31. Out For Launch
  32. Shipping Error
  33. Stowing Away
  34. Crash Landed
  35. A Hole in Space [Boss]
  36. Food Run
  37. Rush Hour
  38. The Crate Escape
  39. Nitro Processing
  40. Toxic Tunnels
  41. Cortex Castle
  42. Seeing Double
  43. The Past Unmasked [Boss]

Crash Bandicoot 4 It’s About Time is available now on Xbox One and PS4. We reviewed it here.

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