The Rumored Remake Is More or Less Confirmed Now!
The boxart, screenshots and the title of the rumored Spyro PS1 trilogy remake have leaked recently and there’s even a release date: September 21st.
An Amazon webpage revealed the title and release date of the long awaited remake and several screenshots have been making the rounds online. According to the webpage, all three PS1 Spyro games have been remade and there are over 100 levels included in the remake. The webpage also states that there are improved controls.
The September release date also seems to line up with previous reporting about the remake being released in September. Right now there seems to be only boxart for the PS4 version but, according to rumors, this could be a 1-year exclusivity deal and the trilogy will be making its way to other platforms in 2019.
However, according to the boxart, this game is being developed by Toys for Bob, a developer that is currently porting over the Crash trilogy remake to other platforms, not Vicarious Visions (as was previously reported).
Earlier this week, on Tuesday, we reported on a mysterious Twitter account that was recently followed by the official Crash Bandicoot Twitter account and had allegedly sent a purple egg that teased the Spyro remake trilogy to an IGN editor.
What could all this mean? Well, for one thing, E3 2018 is only two months away and gameplay footage from the Crash trilogy remake was shown at E3 2017. These screenshots from the Spyro Reignited Trilogy look like they’re from a finished or nearly finished build of the game. Combine that with the boxart and the release date and there is a good chance that we’ll be seeing a demo of the game at this year’s E3.
So, what are your thoughts on all this? How do you think those screenshots look? Let us know your thoughts in the comments section!