For an exclusive title, it is exceptionally odd that they've never once advertised it as such. That's really unusual. If it's on PS4 only, so be it, but it's still odd they haven't spoken of it in this manner.
FWIW, though Crash is originally associated with the PlayStation brand, several entries graced other systems in the sixth gen.
That the game "will be a PS4 exclusive" doesn't offer any further insight into the matter. It's well known that the game is launching on the PS4 exclusively; the question is whether or not there's an expiry date attached. Additionally, Sony confirming temporary exclusivity would be acting against its own interests, so naturally it's not going to offer anything in the way of clarification. Sony IE is just reiterating what Acti itself has already made clear, essentially.
That the game "will be a PS4 exclusive" doesn't offer any further insight into the matter. It's well known that the game is launching on the PS4 exclusively; the question is whether or not there's an expiry date attached.
The fact that they never announced this as exclusive in their marketing still stands, which would be extremely odd.
Considering they've gotten these things wrong in the past, i'd take this with a HUGE grain of salt
Sony themselves have been very mum on the matter, not even going out of their way to say it's exclusive at PSX. Plus you have the Skylanders Crash content which is accessible on all systems. At best this is a timed exclusive.
Before I get a quote with some nonsense. I don't care if it ends up being an exclusive or not. I'm able to play it wherever it is.