Spyro The Dragon Trilogy 'Set To Be Remastered This Year'

Spyro The Dragon Trilogy 'Set To Be Remastered This Year'

"Multiple sources" have told Kotaku that Spyro will get his own remastered trilogy (like Crash), which is expected to arrive in Q3 2018.

The source added that it will initially be available for PlayStation 4, before later launching on other platforms.

Vicarious Visions, the studio behind Crash Bandicoot N.Sane Trilogy, will also be working on the remastered Spyro the Dragon trilogy.

According to the report, the Spyro the Dragon Trilogy Remaster is now in development with Vicarious Visions at the helm, which happens to be the same studio who handled Crash Bandicoot N. Sane Trilogy. The PS4 version will reportedly have a year of exclusivity, and then in late 2019, we can expect the remastered trilogy to come to other platforms which while not specifically named, will probably be the ones you'd expect. Secondly, Crash Bandicoot N. Sane Trilogy Vicarious Visions hasn't shied away from teasing Spyro in its previous remaster.

Spyro is coming to PS4, according to one report.

In an interview before the release of Crash Bandicoot N.Sane Trilogy in June previous year, the game's creative director Dan Tanguay said that if it did well, an entirely new Crash Bandicoot game may happen. The game will feature similar upgrades to the Crash collection and support PS4 Pro out of the box.

When you think of Spyro the Dragon, you probably think of PlayStation, as Spyro's main homestead is on the Sony console.

Mechanical updates are also apparently being made for the games, which originally released for the PlayStation in 1998, 1999, and 2000 respectively, such as a new save feature to bring it more in line with contemporary gaming.

Given the persistent calls from Spyro fans looking to return to Glimmer, this would certainly be the most sensible follow up to Crash. Speculation is that the remade trilogy will target September for its release as September marks the 20th anniversary of the series' debut.

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