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Spyro trilogy reconstitute sloping for PS4 in 2018 to symbol game’s 20th birthday

SPYRO fans glory – the beloved purple dragon may be coming to the PS4 this year, with the group behind Crash Bandicoot N Sane Trilogy holding charge of the project.

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

 Spyro is following Crash Bandicoot on to the PS4 this year
Spyro is following Crash Bandicoot on to the PS4 this year

It just so happens to be Spyro the Dragon’s 20th anniversary in September, with one source indicating that the launch could be timed to coincide with the big day – Sep 10.

The diversion will reportedly gold together Spyro’s 3 PlayStation 1 appearances, including Spyro the Dragon, Ripto’s Rage!, and Year of the Dragon.

The N Sane Trilogy pile-up landed on the PS4 in June, and is rumoured to be a one-year timed exclusive. The same goes for Spyro’s arriving remaster, which could burst to other consoles in the future.

Given the violent success of Crash’s PS4 tour (2.5 million copies sole at last count), some likely that Spyro would be next.

The report suggests the Spyro remaster will embody new assets, lighting, animations and cinematics.

The beloved soundtrack for the iconic games will be remastered too.

There’s also the guarantee of never-before-seen calm cut from the strange series, and a new user-friendly save feature.

It all sounds just like the N Sane Trilogy, but we’re not complaining. Bring on the nostalgic, platforming action, we say.


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